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2016 Ag Grant Workshops

UW-Extension in partnership with USDA, SARE, DATCP and Michael Fields Agricultural Institute will host 4 one-day Agricultural Grants Workshops at 4 different locations around the state to help farmers learn about potential grants, as well as cost-share programs and other financing options. Dates & Locations Wednesday, September 14th – Barron, WI – Contact Tim Jergenson […]

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Open Horse Fun Show

Open Fun Show – Sunday, August 28th, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m. Ozaukee County Fairgrounds – please open the link to see a show bill july28th2016_speed docx

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Wisconsin Cover Crops Conference – August 30th

**Still time to register. . . call and reserve your spot TODAY! There will be a conference on Wisconsin Cover Crops on August 30, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. starting at the Grant County UW-Extension office Youth & Agriculture Center, 916 E. Elm Street, Lancaster, WI. Registration is required by August 20, 2016.  […]

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ATV / Snowmobile Safety Classes

Kory Stalsberg, Lafayette County Dairy & Livestock Specialist, will be teaching an ATV/Snowmobile Safety Combo class at Darlington High School Ag Shop on August 23 and August 25 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Registration is done online at http://dnr.wi.gov/education/outdoorskills/safetyeducation.html.  Please obtain a Wisconsin DNR Customer ID Number before registering.  You may have a number […]

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Lafayette County Youth Record Book Awards

4-H and FFA members alike – complete your record book and turn it into your Leader/Advisor by September 15, 2016. . . and they can enter it into a county-wide competition for your age division. A NEW project sponsored by the Lafayette County Livestock Committee – recognizing the importance of keeping good records on projects. […]

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DNR Begins Deer Tracking Program

UNDATED (WSAU-WXPR) — The Department of Natural Resources is looking for help tracking activity of the state’s deer population. This week begins the DNR’s “Operation Deer Watch”, a citizen-science survey collecting information on deer. DNR research scientist Jessica Rees Lohr says the effort is easy to get involved with and casual in nature. “It’s an […]

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