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2019 January Dairy Situation & Outlook

Dairy Situation and Outlook, January 28, 2019 By Bob Cropp, Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension  |  University of Wisconsin-Madison With the government shutdown key USDA reports we not available—Milk Production, stocks of dairy products, production of dairy products, dairy exports, and slaughter cow numbers—all useful in assessing the dairy situation and milk price outlook. […]

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2018 Iowa-Wisconsin Corn Silage Conference Proceedings

Recently Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and UW-Extension co-hosted the Iowa-Wisconsin Silage Conference earlier this summer in Dubuque. The conference featured presentations from both academic and industry experts spoke on a wide variety of topics related to growing and using quality silage. Group sessions covered quality corn silage before, during and after harvest; characteristics […]

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Farm Management Update for Ag Professionals-September 14

Northeast Wisconsin farm managers, ag lenders, and other ag industry professionals are encouraged to attend the annual UW-Extension Farm Management Update for Ag Professionals on Friday, September 14th at Liberty Hall in Kimberly. Topics to be addressed include: Market Outlook & Strategies – Robin Schmahl, AgDairy LLC Marketing Consultant Farm Exit Planning – Stephanie Plaster, […]

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Webinar Series Discusses Handling Stress on Dairy Farms

Farming is one of the most stressful occupations in the United States. This is particularly true for dairy farmers as they are experiencing an extended period of low milk prices. To help dairy farmers deal with stress, three Extension webinars are planned that discuss how to recognize the signs of stress, how to deal with […]

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