The Latest News from The Farm

Understanding A Dairy’s Finances

Registration is now open for the 2022-23 sessions of PDPW Financial Literacy for Dairy. This is the only financial-development program designed specifically for the dairy industry. It aims to…

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So You Think You Can Garden?

A garden symposium is on the calendar. Dodge County Master Gardener Association is hosting four experts in a day-long event at the Horicon Marsh Educational Center on Nov. 5. Register by Oct. 14 —…

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Cost Share Deadline Approaches

Calling all organic growers — organic cost share applications are due Oct. 31 to guarantee reimbursement. The program helps organic farmers and processors pay for organic certification. Funding…

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State Records ‘Healthy’ Wolf Population

The wolf population estimate is lower than the previous winter, but is still nearly as large and widespread as it has been in recent years, according to the Wisconsin DNR. The agency released its…

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Watch Salmon Egg Collection

The Wisconsin DNR is hosting open houses at the Besadny Anadromous Fish Facility and Root River Steelhead Facility in October. During the open house at Besadny Anadromous Fish Facility in Kewaunee,…

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Slinger FFA Hosts ‘Farm To Feast’

Slinger FFA, in collaboration with the Slinger FFA Alumni Association, will host a Farm to Feast event this Sunday. This event aims to raise money to support the Slinger FFA students. The event is…

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Potato Crop Saw Increased Value

Wisconsin’s potato crop yielded more potatoes with less acres in 2021 versus 2020. This is the word from the latest potatoes summary from USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Wisconsin…

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Two Dairy Orgs Also Vote Michels

Wisconsin Dairy Alliance and Venture Dairy Cooperative are endorsing gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels after joining him on a farm tour at Vir-Clar Farm in Fond du Lac. WDA President Cindy…

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