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CDLE provides extension outreach information for equine, crop and dairy/livestock producers. Assistance is provided in development of production management strategies and viability assessment, and in obtaining information product quality, and environmental monitoring. The CDLE Team involves faculty and staff in the Depts of Plant, Soil, Insect Sciences, and Veterinary and Animal Sciences.

Current Newsletter: CDLE Newsletter 2015 Vol. 18:2
In This Issue:

Upcoming Announcements

2015 SARE Workshops

Dairy Margin Protection Program 

Dual Prupose Cover Crops for Northeast Dairy Farms 

Integrating Cover Crop Mixtures with No-Till Sweet Corn Production 

2015 Massachusetts Outstanding Dairy Farm
Health Care Practices for our Food Animals 2015 Workshops for Agricultural Service Providers and Farmers

August 13, 2015 – Connecticut – Wamogo Agricultural Science and Technology, 98 Wamogo Road, Litchfield — 10 am to 1 pm 

September 10, 2015 – Massachusetts – MA Dept. of Agriculture Satellite Office conference room, 101 University Drive, Amherst — 10 am to 1 pm 

September 23, 2015 – Rhode Island – Building 75 at East Farm, University of Rhode Island, 2163 Kingstown Road, Kingston — 10 am to 1 pm

These workshops are part of a 2014-2017 USDA/NESARE Professional Development Program grant: Health Care Practices for our Food Animals, a joint project among the Universities of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

Seating limited — Contact: Jean King kcampbel[at]umass[dot]edu 860-916-7367 

What to Know About the Current Pathogenic Avian Influenza Outbreaks

Since December 2014, USDA has confirmed cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 in the Pacific, Central and Mississippi Flyways (migratory paths for birds). The disease has been found in wild birds, as well as in some backyard and commercial poultry flocks.

There are three important things that you need to know about this situation.

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