What Farmers Need to Know: Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

What Farmers Need to Know: Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) May 12 @ 2pm | Webinar Watch live: https://youtu.be/i2YJ9r_6ibg Join us to learn more about the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center, Compeer Financial, and UW-Madison Division of Extension presenters will […]

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4/23 Crop Update & Feeding Byproducts Webinar

Crop Update & Feeding Byproducts Thursday, April 23, 2020 | 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm Register by 4:30 pm, April 22 at https://go.wisc.edu/nlgp93 Over the last several weeks, the dairy industry has experienced increased turmoil. We’ve heard about milk being dumped, grocery stores limiting milk purchases, dairy markets sliding, and processors asking farms for reduced milk production.  What […]

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Webinar Recordings Now Available

The Alternative Forages Webinar (April 3, 2020) and Considerations for Landspreading Milk (April 7, 2020) are now available! Alternative Forages Feed Inventory Forage and Dairy Performance Grain and Sorghum Forages Alternative Forage Sources  Resources Tools to Determine On-Farm Forage Inventories Comparing Forage Yield, Quality & Cost of Production Between Corn Silage, Annual Ryegrass and A […]

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Dairy Policy and Supply Chain Disruptions Webinar

Over the last several weeks, the dairy industry has experienced increased turmoil. We’ve heard about milk being dumped, grocery stores limiting milk purchases, dairy markets sliding, and processors asking farms for reduced milk production. What is going on and what can we do? The “Dairy Policy & Supply Chain Disruptions” webinar hosted by UW-Madison Extension, […]

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June 2019 Dairy Situation & Outlook

Dairy Situation and Outlook, June 18, 2019 By Bob Cropp, Professor Emeritus University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension University of Wisconsin-Madison The good news is milk prices continue to improve. The Class III price which was as low as $13.89 in February will improve about $2.40 in June to around $16.30. The Class IV price which […]

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