All in a day's work. Photo: Roxanne Lynn

Brady Rogers, a CCE intern, discusses the use of drones to collect indicators of plant health at the Aurora Farm Field Day

John Hanchar speaks with Small Grains Management Field Day attendees

The 1st Agronomy Extension Field Day held in 1898, LeRoy, NY

Rolled/crimped Cover Crops at Musgrave Research Farm

Robert Musgrave Research Farm

Robert Musgrave Research Farm

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