Cornell gets funding to help farmers

GeneseeNow —  Saturday, July 5, 2014

Cornell University will use federal money to develope a web based decision making tool to help dairy farmers. The money was approved in the US Farm Bill. The
Livingston County News says a new Agricultural Risk Management and Policy Institute at Cornell will work with the University of Rhode Island and the University
of Maine to build software. It wil offer training to farmers about new federal programs that are in effect and a new milk pricing safety net program.