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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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Agritourism

 

 
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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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Risk Management

 

Recent Farm Management News

Register for 2021 Pasture Management Certificate Training

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The Pasture Management Certificate Training is offered as part of Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College Agricultural Innovation Workforce Trainings & Certifications. 

Instructed by Kevin Shaffer, Ed Rayburn and Ben Goff from WVU Extension Service, this certification will teach farmers how they can improve sustainability to their operation by improving their pasture management so there is more available forage year-round. 

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