Welcome to NNYADP on the Web!

The Farmer-Driven Northern New York Agricultural Development Program:
* Funding Farmer-Selected Priority Research
* Producing Practical  Real-World Results
* Meeting critical needs & opportunities for all agricultural sectors
* Working for Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Jefferson, Lewis & St. Lawrence counties
* With 100 farmers directly providing input to identify high need projects

NNYADP 2016 Projects List
NNYADP 2015 Final Project Reports

2016 NNYADP Economic Impact Report (January 2016)
2016 NNYADP Quotables

2016 Cropping Tips from Dr. Quirine M. Ketterings at NNYADP Meetings


. Precision Apple Management Update


Non-traditional high tunnel crops research


NCBountyBPW1.75webNNY Food Hub Survey: Preliminary results
NNY Food Hub Report Highlights (pdf)



NNYCornSilageHarvestJeffCo1.75Evaluating Corn Grain/Silage Yield Potential Results



Small livestock pasturing for worm control research



TVCrewHyLightTrio1.75webNNYADP Publishes 1st-Year Results of Mastitis Study



NNY Agriculture’s Economic Profile: 4,300-plus farms, employee payroll of $67.1 million, more than $752 million in farm product value: dairy, crops, livestock, local foods/CSAs, maple, fruits, flowers, vegetables, bioenergy crops, more than 1.17 million acres in ag production. . . Read more

NNYADP Funders: Thank You!
Funding for the Northern New York Agricultural Development Program is supported by the New York State Senate and is administered through the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. The NNYADP thanks the New York State Senate and Assembly Agriculture Committee leaders and members, and NNY regional representatives for their support. Additional project funds, expertise, equipment, and other support are provided by:

High Tunnel GrowersNNYADP Success Stories: January 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012

NNYADP Annual Research Reports: all projects by year.

Northern New York Agricultural Events

Learn more about NNY agriculture on the NNY Cornell Cooperative Extension associations’ website

Growers in the high tunnel at the Willsboro Research Farm in NNY; photo: Michael H. Davis