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Cornell Small Farms Program Resources
The Cornell Small Farms Program mission is to foster the sustainability of diverse, thriving small farms that contribute to food security, healthy rural communities, and the environment. We do this by encouraging small farms-focused research and extension programs and fostering collaboration in support of small farms. This collection archives popular guides and booklets from the SFP. The most recent resources can be found on the SFP website here: http://smallfarms.cornell.edu/resources/
(Cornell Small Farms Program, 2010)The book features 7 small dairies all over NYS that have found methods of increasing profit and leisure time even in the face of a very challenging time for the dairy industry.
The Guide to Marketing Channel Assessment: How to Sell Through Wholesale and Direct Marketing Channels (Cornell Small Farms Program, 2010)This guide offers tools to evaluate the success of your markets to ensure they’re the most profitable for your business.
(Cornell Small Farms Program, 2011)This report focuses on recommended actions in research, education, extension, and policy to realize the potential of our grasslands as a farming resource that will spur rural economic development, grow the regional food ...
(Cornell Small Farms Program, 2010)This booklet describes how farmers save energy and decide which renewable systems are right for their farm. Profiles detail the cost of installation, any grants or incentives available, amount of energy saved or produced, ...
(Cornell Small Farms Program, 2011-01)A Resource Guide to Direct Market Livestock and Poultry helps to clarify and explain the complex laws in layman terms, discussing slaughtering and processing at the custom, state, and federal levels and guiding farmers ...