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Virginia program targets water quality
When fencing or other strategies exclude livestock from streams, water quality improves through reduced direct nutrient
Looking to air to improve Chesapeake Bay
The Chesapeake Bay Program estimates the Bay can tolerate 175 million pounds of nitrogen and 14.1 million pounds of
Virginia to host grass-finished livestock conference
Virginia Cooperative Extension, the Virginia Forage and Grassland Council, Virginia Farm Bureau Federation, Clemson
New Virginia wheat variety honors seedsman
Small-grain farmers across the Commonwealth will remember a leader in their profession every time they grow a new wheat
Virginia Extension expands online presence
Virginia Cooperative Extension has revamped its online presence with a new and improved website that connects citizens
Virginia growers offered business transition assistance
With the U.S. Census of Agriculture pointing to an aging population operating Virginia’s farms, the need for education
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