How will farmers fare with the Biden administration?

January 23, 2021

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March, farms had to decide how to market their experiences in different way, and  farmers across the country have gotten more creative than they ever thought they’d have to. Read more

Kim Batz start Kid Snuggles for Kid Wishes, a baby goat “snuggling” session where 25% of the proceeds goes to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization that provides “wish” experiences for children and youth who have critical illnesses. Read more

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Being the fifth generation of her family’s dairy farm — one of a handful of dairy farms in New Jersey — Mikayla Fulper feels pressure as her family farm’s herd and tourism manager, but she smiles through it all, letting nothing faze her. Read more

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Lebanon Lilly — a nearly life-size Holstein statue —and the book named after her, “The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly,” are both the brainchild of Jennifer Kuzo, a Lebanon County native who also happens to be president of Visit Lebanon Valley, which promotes local tourism. Read more

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Reducing the regulatory burden on agritourism will be a top lobbying priority for Pennsylvania’s agriculture organizations this year. Leaders from five ag groups spoke at a House Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee hearing on Wednesday at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Read more

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More than 7,000 creatively carved pumpkins comprise an amazing display called The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze at historic Van Cortlandt Manor, a Colonial stone and brick house built prior to 1732 that’s been declared a National Historic Landmark. Read more

Paul Brock, owner of Silver Thread Vineyard and instructor in viticulture and wine technology at Finger Lakes Community College, moderated a panel on “Creating the Experience that is Comfortable for Guests and Sustainable for Your Business” at the recent Al Fresco Flx. Read more