Resources

Coronavirus-Specific Resources

Please note: Things are changing fast. These resources reflect the best information available to us at the time of posting. We will update these resources as needed or as new information becomes available. The NEGN is not an authority on the topic of COVID-19 and is sharing resources from credible agencies. Please go to the homepage and use the “contact us” feature to pass along additional resources you think we should include, or to alert us to any corrections necessary.

Coronavirus Farmer Relief Fund – Applications Due April 23, 2020
The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act)
U.S. Small Business Association – Disaster Assistance
Printable sign for your facility/market for your employees/customers about COVID-19 protection. Note: This is an example we like, there are many more available online
Food industry resources – Cornell University
NYS Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfection of Food Retails Stores
Pennsylvania – Printable COVID-19 Guidance for OnFarm Market
USDA – COVID-19 Resources and Updates
UMaine Extension: How Can Livestock Farmers Prepare for the Coronavirus Outbreak?
UMaine Extension: The Farmer’s Response to Disease Outbreaks
UNH Extension: COVID-19 Q&A with Extension – Submit a question or read the responses to others
Article: How Can Livestock Farmers Prepare for the Coronavirus Outbreak?

Benefits of Grazing

Sunlight exposure increases the vitamin D level nutrition quality 

Beef

Grass-Fed Beef Production

Dairy Cows

Dairy Grazing Management – Webinars

Small Ruminants

Dairy Goat Nutrition
Grazing Management for Goats
Small Ruminant Parasite Control – Video Collection

Grazing Management

Forage and Pasture Species Description and Selection
Stockpiling for Season Extension

Adaptive Grazing Resources from the National Center for Appropriate Technology

Technical Details

Ventilation Systems of Agricultural Buildings

State Specific

Maine

Vermont

New Hampshire

Massachusetts

Rhode Island

Connecticut

Farm Risk Management, Business Planning, and Crop Insurance

 

Please note: As of April 2020, this page is under ongoing development. New/additional resources are being added regularly, but current focus has been placed on COVID-19 resources.