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The Wisconsin Cover Crop conference is geared toward helping Wisconsin farmers more successfully use cover crops on their farms.
There will be something for everyone, from farmer’s that have never tried cover crops to veteran cover croppers.  Many of the presenters will...

The Department of Agronomy and UW-Extension will offer Crop Production and Management Meetings at eight locations during 2019. Joe Lauer and Shawn Conley will present the latest information on hybrid/variety performance, an analysis and discussion of last year's growing season, and updated...

Learn management strategies that maintain yield and quality as well as marketing strategies to maximize price. Farmers and soil specialists will also share how introducing wheat into a crop rotation can improve profitability over the entire rotation.

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The UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and UW-Extension are hosting an Agronomy/Soils Field Day on August 22, 2018 at the UW-Arlington Agricultural Research Station.

The field day will highlight UW-Madison research on emerging technologies and relevant crop...

The WI Cover Crop Conference is scheduled on February 27 in Stevens Point - to find out more go to http://fyi.uwex.edu/covercrop/. In addition to this conference, there is a great opportunity for conservation staff to participate in a workgroup and...

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This intermediate-level classroom and field archeological experience meets NRCS' Cultural Resource Module 7 and 8...

KERNZA, Cover Crops and Conservation Field Day
July 19 9:30-12:00
Lancaster Ag Research Station, 7396 Wisconsin 35 & 81, Lancaster, WI 53813

Imagine a grain crop that did not require planting every year. What might such a crop save us in labor, fuel and soil conservation?...

The 2017 Midwest Compost School is being hosted at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point July 11-13. This immersive three-day school features a mix of classroom, hands-on and field trip experience.

Course content is geared for both new and experienced compost facility operators, on-...

In the first hour various fall planted cover crops will be observed in the field. The focus of the second hour will be the use of no-till drills for establishing or renovating pastures and will include a demonstration of the drills that are made available to farmers through the Marathon County...

NRCS is conducting a two-day Managed Grazing Certification training where participants will learn the basic principles of pasture management and livestock production. Participants will become familiar with the Prescribed/Managed Grazing Standard in order to assist a producer in developing and...

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