Meat cutters are in high demand for industry processors and in meat departments of grocery stores. This free, hands-on certificate training has in-person and online interactive learning components on how to cut and package meat.
MSU Extension are organizing the regional Bull Breeding Soundness Exam Clinics. This educational opportunity will provide more explanation to the future of your herd, and what may need to be done to make your future as successful as possible.
Seneca Valley Virus is a disease that circulates among the pig population. There is little information known about this disease, but the common clinical signs associated with the disease are blisters or erosions on the pig's snout, mouth or feet.
Programs in this area help ensure that food reaching consumers is of utmost quality. Producers and processors learn how their practices affect the final products, and learn tools and techniques to improve overall quality and safety of beef products.
MSU Extension provides educational programs and publications based on applied research for Michigan fruit crops including apples, pears, blueberries, chestnuts, brambles, plums, cherries, grapes, peaches and strawberries.
MSU Extension’s bioenergy and bioproducts team assesses the needs of Michigan stakeholders in the broad bioeconomy industry by addressing issues through research and efforts to help the citizens of Michigan reach sustainable bioenergy and bioproduct goals.
MSU Extension assists farmers, businesses, industries, families and individuals improve lives and achieve their goals through an educational process that applies management, production and economic knowledge to critical issues.