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Registration is Open for January 7, 2020 Agronomy Update Meeting

The January 7, 2020 Agronomy Update in Fond du Lac hosts UW-Madison Agronomists Joe Lauer and Shawn Conley to discuss the following topics: CORN Post-mortem of the 2019 corn planting season Variability of the 2019 trials and what it means for selecting hybrids Corn nutrient uptake during grain filling The corn stover project SOYBEANS & […]

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Register for the 2019 Dairy-Forage Day

Registration is open for the Fond du Lac County Forage Council & UW-Madison Extension annual Dairy-Forage Day. The agenda includes lunch and the following speakers: John Goeser, Research and Innovation Director of Animal Nutrition, Rock River Laboratories and UW-Madison Dairy Science Adjunct Professor “Optimizing nutrition programs after winter and tumultuous growing seasons” Wyatt Smith, Dairy Specialist, VitaPlus […]

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From Field to Barn

November 2019 Ag Newsletter Available

The November 2019 Ag Newsletter is now available! Click the link above for the following articles: Thanks-giving & Meeting Season Training Dairy Farm Workers Respiratory Health with Dusty and Moldy Grain Full Storage, Frozen Fields, and Mud: What Are The Options? SnapPlus Training High Moisture Shelled Corn App Hay Market Report – 11.12.19 Farmer to […]

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October 14 Hay Market Report

The October 14 University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension Agriculture Team Forage Hay Market Demand and Price Report is now online! Hay prices remain strong for top quality hay. Hay supplies remain tight with a good supply of lower quality hay. Straw prices are for oat, barley, or wheat straw. Prices are steady to strong this […]

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October Newsletter Available!

The October 2019 Fond du Lac County Agriculture Extension Newsletter is now available! Check it out for the following articles: Introducing Joe Zimbric (Crops & Soils Educator for FDL and Dodge Counties) Harvesting and Managing Late-Planted Corn Silage Dairy Business Tactics for Success SilageSnap – Kernal Processing Score App Corn Silage Pricing App Hay Market Report […]

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Registration Open for Pest Management Update Meeting – Nov 7

Pest Management Update Meeting Thursday, November 7, 2019 |  9 am—12 pm Fond du Lac Campus, UW-Oshkosh | 400 University Drive, Fond du Lac | Room UC-113/114 Presentations on pest management information for Wisconsin field and forage crops. Speakers are Mark Renz and Rodrigo Werle, weed scientists, Damon Smith, plant pathologist, and Bryan Jensen, entomologist. 3.0 […]

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2019 Corn Silage Dry Down Days

Let Whole Plant Moisture Be Your Guide to Harvest Time! The best lactation performance by dairy cows has been shown to occur when corn silage is harvested at 65-70 percent moisture. This range of whole plant moisture also works well for achieving good packing and silage fermentation in horizontal silos. Determining whole plant moisture prior […]

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Plan for fall Cropping System and Fall Nutrient Application Plan

Fall is right around the corner, and it’s never too early to start reviewing your cropping system and to plan your fall nutrient applications. While you plan your fall nutrient application, don’t forget to include soil testing for your nutrient management plan, sampling should be done prior to nutrient application so the soil testing results […]

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Grain Dryer

Grain Dryer Tune-Up Offering

Dry your grain more energy efficiently Starting August 1, 2019, FOCUS ON ENERGY® will provide $150 per grain dryer tuned up to help you dry your grain more energy efficiently. By tuning up your grain dryer, you could see improved control, less downtime and a return on your investment less than halfway through the drying […]

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