The Veterinary Entomology program at Cornell University is involved in research and extension activities that directly benefit the producers of New York. Our program focus includes dairy, beef and poultry production, however, we also serve the diverse livestock commodities present across New York.
Development and implementation of new integrated pest management, IPM, strategies guides our program. We work closely with the Dairy and Field Crops program housed in the New York State IPM program through both our research and extension program.
We currently are the only veterinary entomology group active in the Northeastern U.S. As such, we provide resources to all of New England. Furthermore, we are the only program in the U.S. which continuously works to improve IPM strategies on dairy farms.
For information on pesticides contact the Pesticide Management Education Program, PMEP.
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