Cornell University: Beef Cattle Management Update

By Libby Eiholzer, CCE Northwest NY Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops Team, and Richard Stup, Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development

Hi Everyone, please help us get this new resource out far and wide for producers to share with their employees. There is a fair amount of misinformation floating around in the workforce and we think this should help bring some clarity. The materials are the same in English and Spanish to help managers and employees communicate more effectively.

Richard E. Stup, Ph.D.
Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and
The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
Cornell University

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly across the world. Although cities have the most sick people, the disease has reached rural communities of New York as well. Everyone needs to take this very seriously. Agriculture is an essential business, so many of us will continue to go to work. However, we all need to take precautions to stay safe and help prevent further spread of the disease. The key things to do are limit contact with other people and keep everything very clean. We’ve prepared a new resource to help Spanish- and English-speaking farm employees access credible, multi-lingual information that they can use right away. The document appears in English and Spanish and the content is the same, we will keep both documents up to date during the present COVID-19 crisis. Access these and other resources here (


By Brian Allmer - The BARN

Brian Allmer & the BARN are members of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB), the Colorado FFA Foundation, the Colorado 4H Foundation, the Colorado Farm Show Marketing Committee, 1867 Club Board Member, Denver Ag & Livestock Club Member, the Weld County Fair Board, the Briggsdale FFA Advisory Council, Briggsdale 4H Club Beef Leader & Founder / Coordinator of the Briggsdale Classic Open Jackpot Show.