2017 Corn Dry Down Dates Set

The corn dry down dates and locations for 2017 have been set. Thursday, September 14, 9am-12pm at Rio Creek Feed Mill, 715 Frontier Rd in Luxemburg. On-site testing will take place and results will be ready within minutes of plant delivery. Thursday, September 21, 9am-12pm at Door County Co-op, 6460 State Hwy 42/57 in Sturgeon Bay.  This date […]

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Workshop for Agricultural Grant Programs

Do you have a food or farm business? Are you interested in ways to develop your business? This workshop is designed to give farmers and agricultural entrepreneurs information, tools, and hands-on trianing to strengthen grant and loan applications. This workship will help you create a competitive application and get the financial resources you need to […]

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Farm Management Update for Ag Professionals

Join agriculture and extension professionals for Farm Management Update for Ag Professionals. When: Friday, September 29. Registration begins at 9:15am. Where: Liberty Hall, Kimberly Registration Fee: $40 per person. Make checks payable to Waupaca County. For more information contact: UW-Extension Ag Agent Darrell McCauley 920-232-1970 darrell.mccauley@uwex.edu                   […]

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North Central Region Grant Program Calls for Proposals

The North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (NCR-SARE) currently has Calls for Proposals out for four grant categories: The 2018 Research and Education Program Call for Preproposals is now available. The deadline is October 19, 2017 at 4pm CDT. Word | PDF The North Central Region SARE (NCR-SARE) Research and Education Grant Program is a competitive grant […]

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Safely Using Produce from Flooded Gardens

After flooding occurs, gardeners often raise questions about the safety of consuming produce from gardens that were under water for a day or two. How concerned gardeners have to be about using garden produce after a flood depends, to a large degree, on how “clean” the flood water was or whether it was likely to […]

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Road Safety and Farm Equipment

Spring is slow to arrive this year, but that doesn’t stop the need for field work and farm equipment on the roads. Because most of the roads in Kewaunee and Door Counties are rural, practicing patience and caution can prevent a serious accident. Farm vehicles can be recognized by their size and slow moving emblems […]

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2017 Kewaunee County Holstein Breeder Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 Kewaunee County Holstein Breeder Scholarship. Applicants must be currently enrolled or a high school senior intending to enroll as a full time student in a Bachelor’s Program at any college or university, or a two-year Associate Degree Program at any technical college or Short Course. The applicant […]

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Do you know the VOMITOXIN (DON) levels in your grain?

For FAST, RELIABLE, UNBIASED, THIRD-PARTY Vomitoxin  (DON – Produced by Head Scab and other Fussarium diseases) results, send your wheat, rye, triticale, alfalfa, barley, corn, oats, and soybean samples to WCIA’s laboratory: Wisconsin Crop Improvement Association 1575 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 Or contact 800-892-1341 wcia@mailplus.wisc.edu

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Kewaunee County Agriculture: Values and Economic Impact 2014

 Agriculture works hard for Kewaunee County every day. Family-owned farms, food processors and agriculture related businesses generate thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of economic activity while contributing to local income and tax revenues. This brochure gives you the values and economic impact information from the USDA Census Information. Agriculture Impact Kewaunee County (pdf) Download […]

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