Champlain Valley Agronomics Mission:

To provide agribusinesses across the Northeast with a science-based approach to environmental planning, nutrient management, and crop production that prioritizes stewardship best practices and achieves the business goals of the dairy producers, orchard owners, and crop growers we serve.

Crop Production
Nutrient Management
Record Keeping & Software
Precision Planting
GPS/GIS Mapping & Analysis
Environmental & Prevention Planning

We value the expertise of Champlain Valley Agronomics because forage quality is a key contributor to a dairy farm’s success and profitability. The coaching and expertise that CVA provides help us implement best management practices so we know we’re optimizing soil health and maximizing forage production while preserving our natural resources. We’ve been working with CVA since the company’s inception in 1999, and we can attest that they are a knowledgeable, hard-working team that will undoubtedly improve your operation and help you to meet your business goals.

Adirondack Farms in Clinton County, NY

For more than six years, CVA has been an outstanding partner of our farm. Their expert staff is responsive, collaborative, and easy to work with. If I’m out in the field and realize I need something or have a question, I can call the CVA team and get a plan or recommendation from them in no time. Thanks to their experienced team, we’re getting maximum efficiencies and yield out of our nutrients, which supports our ongoing efforts to meet regulatory requirements and protect the environment.

Jon Greenwood
Greenwood Dairy in Canton, NY


Every day is Earth Day for farmers.We're proud to be a business that prioritizes environmental stewardship. ... See MoreSee Less
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It's slowly starting to feel like spring! Nicky took advantage of the nicer weather this morning and collected branches for some pre-season testing. Branches were clipped from multiple varieties from a few different locations within the orchard, being sure to include low pockets where temperatures are colder. These branches will start to bud within the next week or so, and Nicky will be able to determine if there is any winter damage to the fruit caused by the cold temperatures. Given the milder temperatures we experienced this winter, she is not expecting to see a lot of winter damage. ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! 🍀Although we aren't seeing much green outside just yet, winter is coming to an end; Spring is just around the corner, and we are busy preparing crop plans for the 2023 season. Gentle reminder to those who haven't yet submitted all of the required documents, here is what we are asking for:🍀Manure Records🍀Crop rotations🍀Field Border Changes🍀New LandWe want to make the planning process go as smooth as possible and get these plans back on the farms before Spring has officially sprung. ... See MoreSee Less
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