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Centrally located in the Mid-Hudson/Catskill region of New York State, Ulster County is home to a diverse array of agricultural enterprises and a long agricultural history. The fertile valleys of Ulster County have been cultivated for over 700 years, and the region was one of the earliest major agricultural areas in the United States, producing food for local populations, New York City, and export markets.  Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County has been a leader in providing technical assistance and training to farmers in the County since 1913.

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If you think you're already on our list and just want to update your info, use the link above or contact Carrie at 845-340-3990 x311 or email We are always happy to update your record with us and it helps you to get information on your interests or commodities! 

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2017 Ag Supporters

Please check out our list of supporting individuals and agribusinesses. We thank them for their support of our program, which helps us to continue our important work in Ulster County agriculture!

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May Classes: Parasite Control

Parasites are the most important limiting factor in small ruminant flocks. In this class we will discuss the lifecycle and biology of parasites affecting small ruminants and the many ways to treat and prevent them.

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5/16: Movie for Graziers

Join your fellow livestock producers, area graziers, and Jason Detzel, Ulster County Livestock Educator, for an evening of educational films and conversations centered around the process, and the art and practice of grazing livestock.

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5/24: Urban Agriculture

This workshop will cover a broad range of topics dealing with urban agriculture that those considering, or just getting into, the practice will find useful as they move forward with their plans.

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Carrie Anne Doyle
Program Asst. - Commercial Agriculture and Community Horticulture
(845) 340-3990 x311

Last updated April 19, 2017