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Jun 20 Wed
1005 Cass Collins Rd, Germanton, NC 27019, USA 1005 Cass Collins Rd, Germanton, NC 27019, USA Madison County Center Tomorrow
Description:  June 21, Stokes County

Speakers from NC Choices, NCDA, & NC Cooperative Extension

June 21, 2018, 10 am – 3 pm

Mitchell Hills and Hollers Farm 1005 Cass Collins Road Germanton NC 27019

The cost of the training is $10 and will be collected at the event. Lunch will be provided.

Participants will learn how to process poultry using mobile poultry processing equipment available for rent.

Presenters will discuss:
•best practices and sanitation standards
•how to obtain a poultry handler’s license
•marketing opportunities

Registration is required by June 18.
Register by phone at 336-593-8179 or through our online form REGISTER
Jun 21 Thu
FOX PIPE FARM 673 EASY RD LAURENS, SC 29360 FOX PIPE FARM 673 EASY RD LAURENS, SC 29360 Madison County Center 1 week away
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Meet a South Carolina Farmer who makes high quality Sericea Lespedeza, Bermuda and Alfalfa hay.

FREE

TOPICS: Making hay, NRCS programs, use of sericea lespedeza, and marketing strategies

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Dr. Niki Whitley, FVSU Animal Science Specialist 478-391-4840 or whitleyn@fvsu.edu

Jun 28 Thu
WNC Livestock Center 474 Stock Dr, Canton, NC 28716 WNC Livestock Center 474 Stock Dr, Canton, NC 28716 Madison County Center 3 weeks away
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​Historically, NC wool producers have pooled their wool to put together quantities large enough to be able to sell on the national market.

How we handle and pack wool does play a big role in the final prices we receive. Wool needs to be full staple length, needs to be packed dry in the proper bags, and well labeled. The current standard for bags are large clear plastic wool bags. You can pick up these bags at the wool pools.

DO NOT use plastic feed sacks or the poly tarps. These have plastic fibers that contaminate wool and will result in rejection of the entire lot.

The primary commercial market for wool is for white wool, so it really pays to keep colored wool separate from clear wool

If you think you have fine wool, make sure you label it.

For more information please call Rebecca Bradley at 828-649-2411

Jul 11 Wed
258 Carolina Ln, Marshall, NC 28753, USA 258 Carolina Ln, Marshall, NC 28753, USA Madison County Center 3 weeks away
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Johnny Rogers with Amazing Grazing will hold a FREE rotational grazing and pasture management workshop on July 11, 2018 from 6:00PM until 8:00PM. Please call 828-649-2411 with any questions.

Jul 11 Wed
1 month away
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This class is for Licensed Landscape Contractors only. The fee is $30:00 per participant and payable to NC State University.

Please read the following link for more information: www.ces.ncsu.edu/landscape-contractor-business-ceu-class-2/

Jul 27 Fri