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Permalink Beginning Farmer Webinar Series Offered by Michigan Extension

Michigan State University Extension is presenting a series of fifteen online programs addressing crop and livestock production and marketing on Wednesday evenings January 17 through April 25, 2018. Participants will get an overview of a variety of farming enterprises and topics, and have an opportunity through live, online chat to ask questions of MSU and other agriculture experts. A $5 fee is charged for each webinar in the series, or $37.50 for the full series. You may register for all or some of the courses at any time, even if the session has already taken place. In that case, you will get a link to the recorded program. Topics include getting started with farm business, food safety, and livestock, vegetable, and orchard production.

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