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Alabama Farmers Utilizing Pattern Tile Drainage

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AUBURN, Ala.—Pattern tile drainage is a practice Midwestern producers have long employed on farm operations. Now, some Alabama producers with soggy soils are laying pattern tile in hopes of more manageable land. Alabama Farmers Installing Drainage Several farmers in western and central Alabama have made pattern tile installations on-farm. Drew Wendland, of Autauga Farming Company in Autaugaville, Alabama is hopeful ... Read More »

New Extension Team Focused on Improving Farmers’ Business Decisions

agribusiness

AUBURN, Alabama — The Alabama Cooperative Extension System has launched a new program team to assist farmers and agricultural producers enhance their operations. The new Farm and Agribusiness Management Team will help producers and agribusinesses in being and remaining successful enterprises. Max Runge, an Alabama Extension economist, said that the new team will focus on aiding producers on several topics. “Our ... Read More »

Alabama Extension Conducting Grant Workshop to Support Local Foods

farmers market grant workshop

AUBURN, Ala. – A free workshop designed to help Alabama farmers and others develop grant applications will be held Friday, April 1, in Selma. Sponsored by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the workshop will focus on effective grant writing strategies for USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) programs such as the Farmers’ Market Promotion Program and the Local Food Promotion Program. ... Read More »

Wiregrass Cotton Expo Offers Profitability Training for Producers

Auburn, Ala.—Cotton growers throughout the state are looking for ways to maximize cotton crop profits in a market where prices are low and inputs are high. In order to produce high quality cotton for a top dollar price, farmers will need a strategic plan for the upcoming growing season. Extension agronomist William Birdsong said Alabama Extension is offering an opportunity for producers ... Read More »