Agriculture has been a cornerstone of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County since we were founded in 1915. Today, agriculture continues to be the biggest industry in Chenango County, and one of our central goals is to keep the agricultural industry growing and strong.
Recycling agricultural plastics is a big challenge for farmers and communities. Learn about Cornell's RAPP project and local efforts to recycle plastics in Chenango County.
CCE Chenango is interested in receiving information about farms and agricultural lands that are for sale, rent, or lease in Chenango County.
You'll find the freshest local vegetables, meats, specialty products, and more at Chenango County's local farmers' markets.
Open burning is punishable by law and can lead to fines starting at $375, so be sure you know the law. Find regulations, and alternatives to burning, here.
We've created a number of useful videos on aspects of grazing that are hosted on YouTube. Watch them here on our site to learn more!
Find research and links to reliable information for a variety of poultry topics and 4-H poultry programs here.
Last updated September 13, 2017