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Corn Silage Whole-Plant Moisture Testing

Corn Silage Whole-Plant Moisture Testing

Tuesday, September 9 Rio Creek Feed Mill, N7295 Feed Mill Lane, Algoma 9:00 am – 12:00 pm On-site sampling! Drop off your samples and enjoy some snacks while you wait for your results. You can also leave your samples and receive a phone call or email with your results. Tuesday, September 23 Olson-ARE Dairy Farm 580 […]

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Farm Technology Days Host Farm Application

Applications are now being taken for the 2017 Farm Technology Host Farm. Applications are due Sept. 15, 2014, so fill it out now! Kewaunee County has been named the host of the 2017 Farm Technology Days show. Visit this page for planning updates and progress of the show. _________________________________________________________________________________ Are you interested in being applying […]

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Co-parenting Class

Co-parenting Class

This class is an educational program for parents who are experiencing divorce or separation or parents who have never married and are dealing with issues of paternity, parenting time or child support.  Parents are urged to work out family transition decisions without putting their children in the middle or forcing the children to choose one […]

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Compost Bin Construction Plans

Compost Bin Construction Plans

  This is a listing of various home-built compost bin plans.  Links marked with a * are sources for commercially manufactured compost bins.                                http://www4.uwm.edu/shwec/composter/how-to-build-a-compost-bin.cfm

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Custom Rate Guide Farm Machinery

Custom Rate Guide Farm Machinery

IT’S HERE, the long awaited Custom Rate Guide! Current Rate Guide, next one to be issued Spring of 2017. This 2013 summary is a result of a mail survey which collected rates paid by farmers for custom work performed in 2013. http://www.nass.usda.gov/Statistics_by_State/Wisconsin/Publications/custom_rates_2013.pdf

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Implements of Husbandry Study

Restoring Balance: Increases in size and weight of agricultural equipment, specifically Implements of Husbandry (IoH), has evolved over time to meet productivity and functionality needs in the field often without consideration of its use on public roadways. This creates a mismatch between the equipment and its suitability for use on public roadways and structures. There […]

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