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Agribusiness & Farm Management

WVU Extension Service experts know West Virginia farms are unique. With advice that’s sized “just right” for all of our producers, there’s something for budding farmers who want to sell at their local farmers market all the way up to large-scale poultry farmers who want to increase efficiency.

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Beginning Farmer

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COVID-19 & Food Safety

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Farmers Market Safety Tips

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Finance Management

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Food Production Safety

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Managing Income for Long-term Success

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Market Ready

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Pesticide Education

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Retooling Your Agritourism Operation to Better Manage for Today & Tomorrow

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Risk Management



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Register for Webinar on Navigating New Livestock Antibiotics Regulations

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In 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released expanded guidelines that, once fully implemented, will require prescriptions from a veterinarian to obtain medically important antimicrobial livestock medications that were previously available over-the-counter. 

To help producers navigate these new changes and understand how it affects their livestock operations, WVU Extension is hosting an interactive webinar session featuring expert guests from West Virginia University and the University of California, Davis.

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