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Cooperative Extension Hosts Farm City Luncheon

Published by Kimberly Gressley / November 10, 2021

N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center was honored to host the 2021 Farm City Luncheon at Triad Park on November 1.

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How and When to Sell Your Livestock

Published by April W Bowman / November 9, 2021

What is the best way for you to sell your livestock? How can you receive a higher price point?


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Operation Send a Kid to 4-H Overnight Camp

Published by Monique Pearce-Brady / November 8, 2021

We Need YOUR Help to Send a Kid to Camp! Your sponsorship may be tax-deductible!

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Beware of Potentially Deadly Cyanide Poisoning From Frosted Plants

Published by April W Bowman / November 5, 2021

Avoid grazing plants in the sorghum family following a frost - wait until the plant has been killed by temperatures typically lower than 28 degrees and the plant has turned brown before allowing livestock to graze.


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Pickling During The Winter Season

Published by Virginia Alejo Lopez / November 2, 2021

Do you enjoy pungent, sweet-sour flavors? Pickling fruits and vegetables may just delight your taste buds. Pickling is an alternative way to preserve fruits and vegetables and enjoy them year-around.

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Soil Sampling and Fertilizer Costs

Published by April W Bowman / October 22, 2021

According to the Alliance for Grassland Renewal, fertilizer prices are 55-65% higher than they were in the spring and prices may increase more. Check out these tips for how to best manage your pastures and hayfields.

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