SFA Cafe Chat

At a November 4th Café Chat in Motley, local SFA farmer members and staff will provide management background and real-world experiences to help you get more from your pasture acreage. Speakers:  Jim Chamberlin, Kent Solberg, Judy and Harry Worm, Vickie Kettlewell and Greg Booth. All are welcome to attend. We will chat from 9 AM …

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Goat and Sheep Webinar Feeding for the Age and Stage of Production

Cologne, Minn. (10/20/2021) — Due to drought conditions across much of Minnesota, many goat and sheep producers will find it necessary to take a closer  look at the economics, nutritional content and availability of feedstuffs to better manage their herd and flocks' nutritional needs throughout the winter season. The University of Minnesota Extension is hosting …

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Insurance for Food Safety Liability on Direct Market Farms: The good, the bad, and the ugly reality

Insurance for Food Safety Liability on Direct Market Farms: The good, the bad, and the ugly reality. Thursday, November 4, 2021 2pm Eastern / 1pm Central / Noon Mountain / 11am Pacific FREE It’s every direct market farmer’s worst fear: Someone gets hurt from the food they produced. Good risk management suggests we control the …

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Know to Grow: A webinar series for small farms and local foods producers

Register at: z.umn.edu/know2grow Join the University of Minnesota Extension for a four-part webinar series to help small Minnesota farms grow. This webinar series will take place from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m, November 15-18, 2021 The session topics are: Monday, November 15: Building a Business: Finding Your Niche - Brady Wulf is the youngest of his family and the …

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Good Grass: The many benefits of grazing to birds, bees, family and farm

This fall Grassland 2.0 is hosting a 4-part Digital Dialogue focusing on the question – What are healthy agroecosystems? The series will explore the different aspects that make up a healthy agroecosystems and the benefits these systems have on people, farms, communities and the land. The Digital Dialogues will be held on the third Tuesday …

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Know to Grow: A webinar series for small farms and local foods producers

Register at: z.umn.edu/know2grow Join the University of Minnesota Extension for a four-part webinar series to help small Minnesota farms grow. This webinar series will take place from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m, November 15-18, 2021 The session topics are: Tuesday, November 16: From On-farm Sales to Nationwide: marketing your farm on all scales – Becky Swenson. Swenson Gardens is …

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Navigating Farm Financial Risks for Beginning Specialty Produce and Livestock Farmers

Have you wondered if you were being protected by your current marketing contracts?  Do you know about risk management products and relief programs? In this risk mitigation webinar hosted by Land Stewardship Project you will have the opportunity to dive into Marketing Contracts, Whole Farm Revenue Protection, Relief Program Updates and ask your specific legal …

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Know to Grow: A webinar series for small farms and local foods producers

Register at: z.umn.edu/know2grow Join the University of Minnesota Extension for a four-part webinar series to help small Minnesota farms grow. This webinar series will take place from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m, November 15-18, 2021 The session topics are: Wednesday, November 17: Product of the Farm: the legal side of things with Jane Jewett from Minnesota Institute for Sustainable …

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