June 2 Alfalfa Quality Monitoring Indicates Harvest Time is Here

Regional Extension Educators Scott Reuss and Kimberly Schmidt walked a variety of alfalfa fields on Thursday, June 2nd to assess standing forage quality. The results strongly indicate that optimum forage harvest timing is at hand for dairy farms and can take place whenever beef or heifer forage harvesting is appropriate according to weather. There is […]

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Nutrient and Pest Management Program Resource Highlights – May 2022

BUMPER CROPS VIDEOS NEW:  TERMINATING RYE COVER CROPS IN A COOL & WEST SPRING Rodrigo Werle (UW-Madison & Extension Weed Scientist) and Damon Smith (UW-Madison & Extension Plant Pathologist) have a tailgate-talk about the complications that a cool, wet, late growing season present to corn and soybean growers trying to terminate a rye cover crop. […]

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UW – Division of Extension Ag Institute Moving To Structure of Regional Educators

The University of Wisconsin-Division of Extension Agriculture Institute is moving to a structure of having regional educators across the state. Shawano, Oconto, Marinette, Lincoln, and Langlade counties transitioned to this structure on April 15th. Regional educators will provide research-based education to dairy and crop producers by assessing the needs of farmers across their region and […]

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Badger Crop Connect Summer 2022

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension’s Badger Crop Connect And UW Madison Nutrient and Pest Management Program will be hosting the third annual webinar series for the 2022 growing season. The purpose of this series is to provide agronomists, crop consultants, and farmers with timely crop updates for Wisconsin. Registration is required. Information on […]

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