Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County aims to sustain and enhance economical agriculture production by developing and sharing science-based knowledge and resources for agricultural operations in the Sullivan Catskills.
New and existing ag production methods are changing each year, and CCE Sullivan can educate local farmers and producers to stay relevant on production pertaining to livestock, dairy, poultry, crops, and more.
Last updated July 9, 2020
The Cornell Small Farms Program is pleased to announce a new " On-Farm Poultry Slaughter Guide.". Designed to complement a hands-on training in how to properly harvest and prepare a poultry carcass for sale, this guide focuses on the critical points for producing a product that is safe to eat.
This 28-page guide contains sections on the 1000-bird limit exemption, where you can legally sell your birds under this exemption, labeling requirements, sanitary operating procedures and more. It includes several appendices, such as a sample flock record log and a questionnaire that your insurance company may use to assess your knowledge of safe poultry processing practices.
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