Dr. Millner is a Research Microbiologist at the USDA, ARS, Henry A. Wallace Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, where she conducts research on: 1) environmental and crop production factors and management practices that reduce survival and dissemination of zoonotic and crop pathogens into fresh market (organic and conventional) produce farming and market supply chain; 2) novel treatment...
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My name is Tanya Sullivan Regulatory Compliance & Food Safety Officer for Ruhlig Farms, LLC. a produce grower, packer.
This fact sheet is a summary of the biological soil amendments of animal origin (BSAAOs) requirements of the Produce Safety Rule and is intended to educate composters and BSAAO manufacturers about the rule.
This is an example certificate of conformance that includes the minimum information required by the FDA in an easily fillable format.
This episode features a conversation between Annalisa Hultberg from University of Minnesota Extension and Phil Tocco from Michigan State University Extension. They discuss some of the key features of the recently published Proposed Agriscultural Water Rule (Subpart E) of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
This first in a series of cleaning and sanitizing videos introduces the viewer to the basic concepts of cleaning and sanitation and discusses how to fit cleaning and sanitizing into the farm’s operation schedule.
This video features the beginning farmers at Flywheel Farm as they build a small packshed on their leased farmland.
This video features the farmers of Jericho Settlers Farm, a diversified produce and livestock operation, as they expand an old dairy barn into a packshed to accommodate the growth of their business.
This video features the farmers at High Meadows, who became Vermont's first certified organic farm in 1971, as they renovate an old dairy barn into a pack shed that includes a wash line and storage.
A postharvest casestudy of a small scale, 1 acre, hillside, organic market garden in Vermont.