Penn State Extension will be hosting online courses in small-scale chicken breeding and hatching in early April.
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Private pesticide applicators whose licenses expire on March 31 will need to complete recertification credit requirements and pay a $10 renewal fee by the deadline. Read more
The Pennsylvania No-Till Alliance will host two summer field days next week — Thursday, July 23, at the Mark Rohrbach Farm, 240 Southern Drive in Catawissa, Columbia County, and Friday, July 24, at the Ryan Graham Farm, 181 Harmony Street, Evans City, Butler County. Read more
A monthly spotted lanternfly newsletter will feature content developed by Penn State Extension educators and College of Agricultural Sciences researchers. Read more
Penn State Extension offers a variety of online courses that can help individuals, families and businesses. These courses, which can be accessed anywhere and anytime, feature short videos, printable readings and knowledge-check questions to support learning. Some courses offer certificates, while others provide continuing-education credits. Read more
Workers supporting Pennsylvania’s food supply chain in select areas of eastern Pennsylvania are eligible for priority COVID-19 testing at the Montgomery County mass testing site or the federally funded testing site in Luzerne County, at the Mohegan Sun. Read more
In Pennsylvania, sheep and goat producers are required to distinguish their animals with an official scrapie identification before moving them off their farms. Read more