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Climate disruption is a crisis that according to best scientific evidence suggests the need for farmers and ranchers to explore increasing risks to both the yields and prices of the products they produce. Though there are many ways to reduce these risks, subsidized federal crop insurance remains a critical tool for some protection. This webinar explores crop insurance basics, how to assess price and yield risks in your location, and outline important benefits and limitations of the array of crop insurance products that are available. In this hour session, participants asked questions about their issues in confronting increasing price and...

Join us for an online Integrated Parasite Management training for sheep. Livestock and Sheep Specialists from Montana, Wyoming and Idaho cover how to deworm strategically using FAMACHA scoring, grazing properly to avoid Barber Pole worm ingestion, and using genetic selection to mitigate the devastating influence the Barber Pole Worm can have on your flock. A complete written narrative accompanies this webinar. It can be downloaded as a PDF here. FAMACHA cards will be given out to those who have completed the training and have sent in a video of themselves demonstrating the FAMACHA technique. In an accompanying video, Dr. Jim Miller explains...

Farmer and Ranchers will have access to billions of dollars in federal assistance through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to maintain and undertake critical conservation efforts on their farms and ranches that benefit us all. How is access to these resources determined? This is the second webinar of a three-part series that explores a new tool called the Conservation Assessment Ranking Tool (CART). The CART provides an efficient ranking tool to rank applications for funding consideration. This webinar series takes place during September and October of 2020 to provide interested farmers, ranchers and others with an overview of the...

This webinar, hosted by NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Colin Mitchell features presentations by two experts, Brian Brandt and Mark Kieser, who are currently working on projects to advance water quality trading programs for farmers and ranchers.
By Colin Mitchell, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist...