Wisconsin Farm Technology Days

The Wisconsin Farm Technology Days is the largest agricultural show in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the nation. The three-day outdoor event showcases the latest improvements in production agriculture, including many practical applications of recent research findings and technological developments. Each year, it is held in a different Wisconsin county, on a different host family farm. For more information, please click “Read More”.

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Wisconsin Crop Progress & Condition Report

With crop insurance deadlines looming, producers were reportedly working into the night to plant, spread manure, and apply chemicals. For more information on Wisconsin Crop Progress Condition, please click “Read More”.

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Equine Herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1)

There have been a small number of reports from horse owners in parts of western WI and eastern MN of horses showing acute neurologic signs which could be symptoms of Equine Herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1). For more information, please click “Read More”.

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Cattle Feeder Clinics

The Cattle Feeder Seminar Series provides educational information as a service to the public. For more information, dates and locations, please click “Read More”.

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2014 Wisconsin Agronomy Updates

On Thursday, January 9, 2014, the Agronomy Update meeting will be held in Sparta, Wisconsin at Jake’s Northwoods. Registration and lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m., lunch at 12 noon. Presentations will begin promptly at 1 p.m. and finish by 3 p.m. Jake’s Northwoods is located on the northeast side of Sparta on Hwy 21. For more information, please click, “Read More”.

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Pricing Corn Silage

Pricing corn silage is a difficult decision because it often comes at a time when emotions between sellers and buyers are high. The seller has the opportunity to sell a corn field or either silage or grain and incorporate the fertilizer value of the stover back into the field. The buyer has the opportunity to buy a corn field for silage or buy grain from the market and purchase low quality straw (wheat or corn stover aftermath) to formulate rations. For more information, please click “Read More”.

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