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How not disposing of medications properly impacts you


October 25, 2019

“We can find them (pharmaceuticals) in low concentrations, at least some of these, in ground water and in rivers,” said Paul McGinley. He is a professor of Water Resources at UW-Stevens Point and a UW-Extension water quality specialist.


Project results lessen emissions, boost profits


October 23, 2019

University of Wisconsin–Madison professors Matt Ruark and Molly Jahn led the project in collaboration with seven other universities as well as the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which funded the project; and the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, an industry-research group. The team issued its final report earlier this year.


Experts Say There’s No Farm Crisis But Plenty Of Challenges


October 18, 2019

That means the problems that impact individual farmers hurt the rest of Wisconsin’s economy, too, said Paul Mitchell, director of UW-Madison’s Renk Agribusiness Institute. He pointed to the farm goods that make their way into Wisconsin’s large vegetable processing industry.


Harvesting and managing late-planted corn silage

Wisconsin State Farmer

October 14, 2019

We also anticipate that standing corn silage pricing is going to raise questions with many buyers and sellers this fall. Several tools are available to help folks make pricing determinations on the value of their forages, including the Corn Silage Pricing App that was developed by UW-Madison Extension staff and is freely available to download from the Google Play Store.