Dairy, Livestock & Forage Crops

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A Focus on Success

Our team serves dairy and livestock producers by offering educational programming that focuses on animal health, efficient production, product quality and successful forage crop practices. We provide hands-on training, workshops, and field meetings designed to meet the diverse and evolving needs of New Hampshire farmers.

New Video - How to Trim Goat Hooves


Highly pathogenic H5 avian influenza (HPAI) has recently been discovered in wild birds in New Hampshire and was recently discovered in small poultry f... Learn More
Harvest practices may influence how well some perennial forage legumes recover
Severe droughts, like the one experienced in 2020, are likely to become more frequent in the future. Results from this study suggest that harvest prac... Learn More
Cost-saving measures and good practices that address crop needs
Cost-saving measures; they’re good practices that addresses crop needs (and environmental quality) that make sense whether fertilizer is in the $1000 ... Learn More


Quick overview of prevention, detection and reporting of avian influenza Learn More
The decision to purchase land can be one of the most important financial and personal decisions that you make in your lifetime. Whether you are purcha... Learn More
Colostrum is essential to calf health and nutrition. Through colostrum, the calf receives IgG, fat, lactose, minerals, vitamins, and water. Although c... Learn More
Why should I analyze my feed?

We need to analyze feeds to know what we are feeding. Feed analysis allows you to know what your feed is ... Learn More
Consistency in management and proper milking procedures are essential for profitable dairy production. Following correct procedures can lead to increa... Learn More
It is well accepted that calves need milk or milk replacer in their diet to grow them to weaning age. There are a lot of misconceptions about offering... Learn More