January 24, 2023
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From county fairs to pigs shows on a national level, there are always opportunities for youth education. Many exhibitions have skillathon or quiz bowl competitions built into their events. The Pork Checkoff has created a downloadable resource for teachers, Extension personal and other leaders to use for organizing these types of competitions. Resources for both skillathons and quiz bowls are divided into three age categories: junior, Intermediate and senior. A variety of subject areas are addressed, including breeding, animal well-being, swine health and other key topics.
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Swine Production for Small Scale Producers
On Saturday, February 18th, New York Pork Producers will hold its 2023 Annual Meeting at Quality Inn – Waterloo, 2468 NY – 414, Waterloo, NY 13165, in the Chancellor Ballroom. Pork Producers and all interested in pork production are invited and encouraged to attend.
Pre-registration is encouraged by February 10th. Everyone who pre-registers will be eligible for the door prizes. To register go to News & Events, click NY Pork Producers News, fill out form and submit.
Beginning with registration at 8:00 am, light morning refreshments, this one-day meeting will feature informational speakers. Dr. Brett Kaysen – National Pork Board Update, Matthew LeRoux – “Profitable Meat Marketing,” David Hartman – “Pasture Management for Pigs: Learning from the Past to Manage in the Future,” and the National Pork Producers Council. The New York Pork Producers Annual Member Meeting will follow.
New York Pork Producers commitment to ethical practices, our commitment to food safety, environmental stewardship, animal well-being, community and animal health is stronger than ever.
Good for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, these waffle sandwiches are also nice with your favorite jam or jelly instead of the yogurt mixture, and with a sausage patty instead of the bacon. You can also serve them as open-faced sandwiches. On the side, try fresh fruit or breakfast potatoes.