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Lambsicles? Or Lambing in Arctic Conditions

Lambsicles? Or Lambing in Artic Conditions Kimberly Hagen – Grazing Specialist, UVM Extension Center for Sustainable Agricultlure Tomorrow is the last day of March. I like the sound of the word April and saying it feels so inviting, but it … Continue reading

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A message to all “Irene” affected farmers: Contact USDA

State and federal agriculture officials are urging all Vermont farmers who sustained damage from tropical storm Irene to contact their county USDA office to report the damage. “Vermont farmers of all types, sizes and management methods, both organic and conventional—dairy, … Continue reading

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Special Financing for Storm Damaged Businesses and Farms

Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA) has allocated up to $10 million in special low-interest financing for Vermont businesses and farms who suffered direct physical damage as a result of Hurricane Irene.

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