University of Maryland Extension

Consumer Education

Meat Marketing Planner: Strategic Marketing for Farm-to-Table Meat Enterprises (EB-403)

Meat Marketing Planner: Strategic Marketing for Farm-to-Table Meat Enterprises addresses marketing beef, pork, lamb, and goat, but not poultry processing since it falls under different USDA, FSIS, and state regulations. While many of the key strategies discussed here can be applied to direct farm-...

Maryland Niche Meats & Poultry Producers Directory (EB-402)

The Maryland Niche Meats & Poultry Producers Directory was developed jointly by the Maryland Niche Meat and Poultry Working Group and the Ag Marketing Program of University of Maryland Extension. This directory serves as a way to connect buyers, consumers, producers and market masters to fresh...

Directory of Maryland Firewood Dealers (FS-941)

This directory was developed from a January 2013 survey of firewood dealers that serve Maryland residents.

Safe Trailering and Transportation of Horses (FS-932)

Proper preparation and practice for trailering your animal will avoid many problems while traveling.

ReFresh Curriculum (EC-01-2012)

The ReFresh curriculum was developed by the University of Maryland Extension, Food Supplement Nutrition Education Program (FSNE) for implementation in 4th and 5th grade classrooms. This curriculum focuses on encouraging students to consume more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains and being more...

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