$130/ton available in totes or bulk.
Dan Landis at Landisdale Farms. Delivery Available.
717-304-9386 or LandisdaleFarm@gmail.com
PCO CERTIFIED WRAPPED BALEAGE
Up to 300 bales of 3rd cutting grass/alfalfa mixed wrapped baleage for sale. 3’x3’x5’ bales weigh 900-1100 lbs. per. Some of this is coming out of the field in the next few days and could come to your farm to be wrapped if desired. 3x3x8 dry hay bales (stored inside) and 4x5 round bales (stored outside) PCO certified grass/alfalfa 1st cutting mixed hay also available. Delivery to some areas possible. Priced to market and move quickly. Contact Robert at (610) 340-4030 or email@example.com. Berks County. Rc'd 10/5/11.
CERTIFIED ORGANIC HAY
4x5 round bales 800 lbs, 1st cutting mixed grass $40/bale delivery possible. Westmoreland Co.
Call Joe Hribal 724-757-4424 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PCO Certified. Available November. Contact Mike Kirby @ 724-388-3617. Indiana County, PA.
ORGANIC HAY ROUND BALES
OUT OF THE FIELD, certified organic hay, round bales, $35 ea/$117/ton, READY NOW, great quality, tested, assist with loading. SW PA. www.pleasantvalleyorganicfarm.com, 740 424 0446, email@example.com.
STRAW, DRY HAY, BALEAGE AND BEDDING HAY
PCO Certified Organic. 4x4 net wrapped round bales. Priced based on feed value. Delivery available from Liberty, PA. Contact Dave Johnson at 570-324-2285.
PCO Certified, 4x4 round bales, stored inside, first cutting, mixed grasses with lots of red clover, tested. $140 ton or $40/bale. Pleasant Valley Organic Farm, Amity, PA 15311 (Washington County). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Lynn at 740 424 0446. Will help with loading or delivery.
PCO Certified Organic. First Cutting, small bales. $3.50 a bale. Call Ed: 570-765-0950. Perry County, PA.
OEFFA Certified. Large round bales.
815-590-2174 - cell
CERTIFIED ORGANIC SMALL SQUARE BALE HAY
Berkshire, NY 13736. Marz Farm has available 1st cutting certified organic small square bale hay, $3.50 per bale or $175 ton (quantity discounts). Also, taking orders for 2nd /3rd cutting hay. $4.25 bale or $212.50 ton. All hay is stored in doors and the facility is in excellent condition (see website for pics http://www.marzfarm.com/pictures.html). Forage tests available. We ship throughout the northeast and have multiple delivery quantities available or pickup at the farm. Free samples are available. Average bale weight 40–45lbs. Located in NY Southern Tier between Binghamton and Ithaca, Tioga County. Contact Tony Marzolino: 607-657-8534 or email@example.com
4x4 wet mixed round bales made June1-30 $35 per bale,
Dry 4x4 mixed net wrapped $30 per bale. Contact Jim Hepp 570-746-1651, Bradford County
ICO Certified, 2011 crop.
815-590-2174 - cell
DRY FEED HAY AND BALEAGE
PCO Certified Organic Contact John Painter: 814-367-5238. Tioga County, PA.
TWO LARGE EGG MOBILES
12 x 24 with solar lights, feeders, water tanks and bins, egg gathering belts. With 500-600 chickens laying very well. Can email pictures. Roman Stoltzfoos 717-278-1070.
Contact Samuel Esh at 717-687-6565, Lancaster County preferred.
REGIONAL ORGANIC HARD WINTER WHEAT
We are working with a local bakery and would like to try out some more locally grown baking wheat. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 724-352-9500
DRY STRAW or CORN FODDER
(small square bales preferred, but any accepted). Contact: Alvin King 717-464-5345 (Willow Street, PA)
Contact Sam Stoltzfus at 814-749-0137.
ORGANIC FARM AND PASTURE LAND
Will take very good care of your piece of ground and build carbon with livestock grazing. Call Roman Stoltzfoos 717-278-1070.
ORGANIC RAW MILK
ACF Organics, LLC, d/b/a/ Amish Country Farms located in Totowa, NJ is looking to procure certified organic raw milk from farmers in Pennsylvania. Ken Tensen: 800-990-3447 ext. 202.
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Pennsylvania Certified Organic
106 School Street, Suite 201
Spring Mills, PA 16875
814-422-0251 - Fax 814-422-0255
Assuring the integrity of organic products!
Disaster Assistance May Be Available To Those Affected By Catastrophic Flooding from Tropical Storm Lee
The Pennsylvania Association for Sustainble Agriculture (PASA) continues to be involved in conversations with the PA Department of Agriculture to get updates on disaster assistance that may be available, and to that end you may want to read a letter from Secretary Greig outlining different options. Farmers with much damage may be eligible for unemployment assistance through the Department of Labor & Industry. It’s also imperative that any farmer with losses should report those as soon as possible to your local FSA (USDA) office in order to qualify for any assistance as it comes available.
You are cordially invited to
A Forum on the Next Farm Bill – Conservation Programs
Farmer Dialogue Encouraged!
About the Forum
An effective Farm Bill Conservation Title must be well informed by the farmers who know and understand their operations, the land, and the conservation options that are best suited for the outcomes sought. This Forum brings Pennsylvania’s farmers to the table to identify their preferences for Farm Bill supported conservation.
Keynote Address on Pennsylvania’s Agriculture and Conservation: Jim Brubaker, Buffalo Valley Farms, Union County, PA. Jim is widely recognized by the industry, community and state for outstanding environmental stewardship in the areas of manure management, soil and water conservation and protection, odor management, wildlife protection and enhancement and building strong community and neighbor relations.
Also on the agenda:
· Status of PA Farm Bill Conservation Programs, Denise Coleman, State Conservationist, PA Natural Resources Conservation Service
· Looking Towards the Next Farm Bill, Jim Shortle, Professor of Agricultural and Environmental Economics, Penn State University
· What Pennsylvania’s Producers are Saying About Farm Bill Conservation Programs, Kristen Saacke Blunk, Director, Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center
· Roundtable Discussions: Farmers and the conservation partners who work with them will collaborate in facilitated sessions to identify what conservation programs are working well and what improvements are needed. The result of this session will be the basis for a Pennsylvania recommendation for strengthening the Conservation Title of the next Farm Bill.
October 21, 2011
9 AM to 4 PM
Fort Hunter Centennial Barn
5300 North Front Street, Harrisburg, PA
Please Register for the Forum at: http://www.cvent.com/d/ccqmzs
Or contact Brandi Robinson, 814-867-4539, email@example.com
There is no cost to participate. Continental breakfast and lunch are included. Travel stipends are available for participating farmers. Please share this invitation with other Pennsylvania based producers who you believe would add to this dialogue.
For more information about the Conservation Dialogue, visit: www.extension.psu.edu/aec
where producers and partners can sign up for updates and participate in the Farmer Survey.
PCO certified Organic Farm for Rent
65 acre grass-based farm with 40+ acres in permanent fenced pasture with stream and improvements for rotational grazing. Barns include parlor milking system and calf and heifer areas. Some supply of forages also available. Contact Robert at (610) 340-4030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Owned and Operated Farmstead Specialty Foods Processor that has outgrown the Farm and Family
· Specializing in All Natural, Organic, Kosher, Local, and Farmstead Production with well established and rapidly expanding controlled and private label markets throughout the Northeast U.S. Unique business model brings local products to entire region and population of over 50 million potential consumers.
· Current Owners willing to stay involved indefinitely for multiple roles including training, production operations, product development, engineering and marketing. Preferred Offers include a partial equity buyout with retained interest in new operating company.
· Business needs to relocate for necessary expansion. Current facility will remain available for interim use or as a specialized facility to complement main operation. Already working with local EDC to identify appropriate facilities and financing options for new owners.
· A unique opportunity for success by stepping into the exploding natural and organic foods marketplace with established brands and the working knowledge of managers with over 35 years of combined experience.
For More information Contact (717)826-6190 or email email@example.com
The Pennsylvania Certified Organic (PCO) Internship position would assist in all duties associated with office management and organic certification as directed by the Administrative Team and Certification Team. Applicants should have organizational, communication, writing and computer skills, as well as strong abilities in a team environment. Responsibilities include handling correspondence, phone, and email communication, providing information to prospective and current clients, assisting with office management duties, participating in the preparation of events and exhibit booths and supporting the certification team with filing, mailings, and processing paperwork. This is a three-month paid part-time position at our Spring Mills, PA office.
Electronic submission of application materials is preferred. Direct inquiries and applications to: Kathryn Tokarz, Administrative Assistant, at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PASA Field Day
Innovative Farmers: Finding Creative Solutions to Common Problems
Dover, York County
$15 PASA members, $25 all others; lunch is included.
Join PASA, Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE) and Sunnyside Farm for a day that will inspire you to get creative on the farm.To register visit, www.pasafarming.org or call 814-349-9856.
Free Film Showing: The World According to Monsanto
The East End Food Co-op
7516 Meade Street Pittsburgh, PA 15208-2549
The enormously powerful film, The World According to Montsanto chronicles Monsanto's controversial past: A history that combines some of the most toxic products ever sold with misleading reports, pressure tactics, collusion, and attempted corruption. They now race to genetically engineer (and patent) the world's food supply, a frightening strategy which profoundly threatens our health, environment, and economy. Exposing secret documents with first-hand accounts by victims, scientists, and policitians, this widely praised film exposes why Monsanto has become the world's poster child for malignant corporate influence in government and technology.
This blurb comes from the Institute for Responsible Technology’s public showing guide for the film. See responsibletechnology.org for more info.
November 4, 2011
Organic Dairy & Field Crop Conference
Crown Plaza Hotel, Syracuse, NY
Join NOFA-NY for their first Organic Dairy and Field Crop Conference. Workshop topics include: grazing dairy cows, diversifying your dairy farm, soil and weed control in field crops, nutrient density in grain crops, food grade grains, seed cleaning and milk quality. For more information, contact Bethany Wallis, Phone: 585-271-1979 ext 513, Email: email@example.com.
PAWAgN’s 2011 Women in Sustainable Agriculture Conference
Tell Your Story
Penn Stater Conference Center
State College, PA
Full conference $150; Monday only $95; Tuesday only $90
The 2011 conference includes two full days of farm tours, intensive learning circles, exciting workshops, timely panel discussions, inspiring networking opportunities, and an abundance of fine dining! http://2011wisa.aers.psu.edu For additional information, contact:Conference Coordinator Ann Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org +1 814 863 4489.
Nov. 7, Nov. 21, Dec. 5, Dec. 19 and Jan. 9
Farm Risk Managment Course
6pm - 9pm, Dec. 5th class 3pm-9pm
6 locations: Penn State Extension offices in Lancaster, Mercer and Allegheny counties and AgChoice Farm Credit offices in Chambersburg, Lewisburg and Yeagertown
Topics include financial statements, recordkeeping, farm business planning, marketing plans, estate planning, exploring alternative enterprises, insurance and more.Cost of the workshop is $75 per person. To register, visit the Web at http://agsci.psu.edu/annies-project or call toll-free (877) 489-1398. Participants who complete the program will qualify for six SmartStart credits through AgChoice Farm Credit, a program sponsor. For more information, visit http://extension.psu.edu/farm-business/education/annies-projectonline or call Penn State Extension at (717) 270-4391.
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Tel: (814) 422-0251
Fax: (814) 422-0255