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Learn how to Cover, Push, Pull, Pop! That is the FAMACHA scoring technique that determines the degree of Barber Pole Worm (Haemonchus contortus) infection in sheep, goats and camelids. This how to video emphasizes FAMACHA scoring Out West with large flocks of small ruminants. Discover how it is easy and financially rewarding to ascertain the degree of infection in your flock- FAMACHA scoring saves you money in deworming only the lambs and ewes that are actually infected (often 80 percent of the infection is concentrated in 20 percent of the flock). It also allows you to set up a refugia that will greatly slow the resistance of Haemonchus to your limited array of dewormers. Find out how to get FAMACHA training and your FAMACHA Score Card, including the brand new Online FAMACHA Certification offered by the University of Vermont. If you have lush pastures, you will have Haemonchus. This video is for you.
Uploaded: Apr 21, 2016

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Click to View → Drought Recovery Resources for Texas
Click to View → Composting! You Can Do It
Composting! You Can Do It
Uploaded: Nov 12, 2014
Click to View → Promoting High-Quality Conservation on Organic Farms





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Click to View → Gabe Brown: Farming in Nature
Click to View → Five Benefits of Cover Crops
Five Benefits of Cover Crops
Uploaded: Sep 08, 2015
Click to View → Four Warm Season Cover Crops
Four Warm Season Cover Crops
Uploaded: Sep 08, 2015
Click to View → Terrapin Farm Cover Crop Tour Near Whitefish, MT
Click to View → Cover Crop Uses for Small-Scale Producers
Click to View → Bye Farm Cover Cropping Near Kevin, Montana
Click to View → Cover Crop Research by MSU ~ Part 1
Click to View → Cover Crop Research by MSU ~ Part 2
Click to View → Vilicus Farms: Cover Crops and Tour
Click to View → Cover Cropping an Almond Orchard
Cover Cropping an Almond Orchard
Uploaded: Apr 21, 2014
Click to View → Mixed Cover Crops: An introduction
Mixed Cover Crops: An introduction
Uploaded: January 23, 2014
Click to View → Increasing Diversity and Enhancing Stewardship with Cover Crops
Click to View → Mixed Cover Crops - Dr. Clain Jones
Click to View → Innovative No-Till: Using Multi-Species Cover Crops to Improve Soil Health





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Click to View → The Benefits of Diversity: Another Look at Whole-Farm Revenue Protection in Iowa and Midwest
Click to View → Cover Crop Insurance Policies
Cover Crop Insurance Policies
Uploaded: Oct 02, 2014
Click to View → Cover Crops and Crop Insurance: Questions and Answers on USDA
Click to View → Understanding Whole-Farm Insurance for Specialized, Diversified, and Organic Farms
Click to View → AGR-Lite - Understanding Whole-Farm Insurance for the Specialized, Diversified, and Organic Farm
Click to View → Understanding Crops Insurance Options for Small- to Medium-Scale Diversified Farms
Click to View → AGR-Lite Understanding Whole-Farm Insurance for the Specialized and Diversified Farm
Click to View → Is Whole Farm Revenue Insurance Right for Your Farm?
Click to View → Is USDA





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Click to View → Returns on Renewable Energy Investments
Click to View → Rural Energy for America Program (REAP): Financing for Clean Energy in Rural Montana
Click to View → Potential Bioenergy Production via Thermochemical Conversion
Click to View → All About Farm Energy Audits
All About Farm Energy Audits
Uploaded: Apr 15, 2010
Click to View → Farm-Scale Biodiesel Production: Taxes & Financial Incentives
Click to View → Onion Power: Potential Production of Biofuels from Onions and other Vegetables
Click to View → DIY Biodiesel: Keeping It Safe, Keeping It Legal
Click to View → Getting Started in Farm-Scale Biodiesel Production





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Click to View → Nuevos mercados para su cosecha
Nuevos mercados para su cosecha
Uploaded: Sep 15, 2015
Click to View → Resultados Maravillosos Manteniendo Humedad con Mantillo de Paja
Click to View → Sistemas de Mantención de Registros para la Certificación Orgánica





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Click to View → Farm Finances: Organizing and Understanding Your Numbers





right arrowFruit


Click to View → Make More Money With Specialty Melons
Click to View → Budding and Grafting Fruit Varieties for Organic Production
Click to View → Sustainable Apple Production — A Beginner





right arrowHarvesting Clean Energy


Urban Frontier House
Tom Schneider: Clean Power Plan -- Opportunities for Montana
Lillian Salerno
Click to View → Montana Governor Steve Bullock speaks at the 2014 Harvesting Clean Energy Conference
Click to View → http://youtu.be/wBjBCZUPHgU
Click to View → Senator Jon Tester
Click to View → John Padalino, Administrator of the USDA/'s Rural Utilities Service at 2014 HCE Conference
Click to View → Zion Klos - Changing Climate - 2014 Harvesting Clean Energy Conference





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Click to View → FAMACHA Out West
FAMACHA Out West
Uploaded: Apr 21, 2016
Click to View → Intensive Grazing: One Farm
Click to View → Creating an Excellent Relationship with Your Lamb Processor
Click to View → Putting a Hand on Them - How to Tell When Your Lamb is Finished
Click to View → Trimming Sheep & Goat Hooves
Trimming Sheep & Goat Hooves
Uploaded: Jan 14, 2014
Click to View → Determining the Age of Sheep & Goats
Determining the Age of Sheep & Goats
Uploaded: January 12, 2014
Click to View → Grass-finished Beef: Production & Marketing
Click to View → Sheep and Goats: What They Can Do for You!





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Click to View → The Montana Harvest of the Month Program
Click to View → Organic Weed Removal Technique
Organic Weed Removal Technique
Uploaded: Sep 08, 2015
Click to View → Farm to Hospital in the Rio Grande Valley: Getting Ready
Click to View → Food Safety for Organic Growers in Texas
Click to View → Selling to Institutional Markets: Strategies and Considerations for Montana Producers
Click to View → Park County Food System Council
Park County Food System Council
Uploaded: Dec 18, 2014
Click to View → Producers’ Panel: Partnering with Hospitals to Diversify your Market
Click to View → Farm to Healthcare Conference: Buyers
Click to View → Sustainable Hospital Food Service: Farm to Healthcare Conference Keynote
Click to View → Food Safety Regulations for Local Farmers
Click to View → Selling Local Food to Schools: USDA Regulations
Click to View → Montana Beef to School
Montana Beef to School
Uploaded: Oct 29, 2013
Click to View → Healthy Farms, Healthy People: Keynote by Mark Branovan of St. Luke’s Hospital
Click to View → Healthy Farms, Healthy People: Keynote by Dave Prather of Western Montana Growers Cooperative
Click to View → Local Food Systems 101
Local Food Systems 101
Uploaded: Apr 15, 2010
Click to View → From the Farm to the Farmers





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Click to View → What to Expect at an Organic Vegetable Farm Inspection
Click to View → What to Expect at an Organic Livestock Farm Inspection
Click to View →  Organic Certification through the Texas Department of Agriculture
Click to View → Recordkeeping Systems for Organic Certification
Click to View → Examining the Organic System Plan
Examining the Organic System Plan
Uploaded: Aug 21, 2014
Click to View → Organic Certification Basics
Organic Certification Basics
Uploaded: Aug 14, 2014
Click to View → Michel Cavigelli - Organic Research and Needs: Cover Crops, Crop Rotation, and Soil Health
Click to View → How NRCS Technical Service Providers (TSP), NRCS Personnel, and Conservation Planners Can Support Biodiversity Conservation in Organic Systems
Click to View → Organic Farm Conservation: A Virtual Tour
Click to View → Doing NRCS Conservation Activity Planning for Organic Farmers and Ranchers: Writing A CAP 138
Click to View → Links between Biodiversity Requirements of Organic Systems and NRCS Practice Standards
Click to View → Organic Crop Rotations: Conservation Benefits
Click to View → Pest Management for Organic Production Systems II
Click to View → Tropical and Semi Tropical Organic Production
Click to View → Pest Management in Organic Production Systems
Click to View → Making Organic Small Grains Work on Your Farm





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Click to View →  Day in the Life of a Montana Energy Corps Member
Click to View → Vilicus Farm Internships
Vilicus Farm Internships
Uploaded: Sep 22, 2014
Click to View → 2013 Growing Leaders Youth Summit - THE MOVIE!
Click to View → Becoming a Technical Service Provider for NRCS: An Introduction
Click to View → Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food
Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food
Uploaded: Dec 07, 2010
Click to View → Grow Montana ~ Montana Food System Notes





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Click to View → Branding for Differentiating and Marketing Pastured Poultry Products
Click to View → Integrating Pastured Poultry Production into Farming Operations and Marketing by Janie Burns
Click to View → Can a Heritage Poultry Market Thrive in Montana?
Click to View → Pastured Poultry Production and Profitability





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Click to View → Amazing Water Holding Result from Straw Mulch
Click to View → Small Hoop House Construction Trick
Click to View → Building a Biochar Retort Kiln
Building a Biochar Retort Kiln
Uploaded: Jun 18, 2014
Click to View → Tools for Small-Scale Crop Production
Click to View → Hoop Houses For Extending Your Growing Season





right arrowTours


Click to View → Boehm Farm Tour
Boehm Farm Tour
Uploaded: Mar 2, 2011
Click to View → Hinebauch Farm Tour
Hinebauch Farm Tour
Uploaded: Mar 2, 2011





right arrowUrban Agriculture


Click to View → Managing Risks on an Urban Farm
Managing Risks on an Urban Farm
Uploaded: Jan 19, 2015
Click to View → Urban Farms: Commercial Farms or Socially Minded Operations?


 

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