Show Pig Workshop – April 3, 2018

Show Pig Workshop Please join Darlington Feed & Ag Center April 3rd at Red’s Supper Club @ 6:30 p.m. (Dinner provided by Darlington Feed & Ag Center) RSVP to katie@darlingtonfeedagcenter.com or call (608) 776-3862 by noon on March 31st. A LINDNER Feed Representative will be on hand to answer questions, also. Please open the poster […]

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Weed Workshop: Identifying Invasive Plants & Restoring with Natives

Learn how to identify terrestrial and aquatic invasive plants on your land and in your community.  Find out how to report what you find to invasive species coordinators.  We will also discuss how to restore areas to a healthy natural state using native plants.  Are management costs a concern? Learn about cost-sharing programs to help […]

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Lafayette County Tractor Safety 2018

The 2018 Lafayette County Tractor Safety Course will start on March 6th – at 5:30 p.m. – at the Belmont High School Ag Room.  The cost will be $40 for the course (24 hours).  Please click on the link below to open the flier for registration information and course schedule. Questions – please call the […]

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Spring Tune-up on IoH Regulations! 2018

Thought with frozen road declarations ending in zones 4 and 5 and recent questions on IoH, a bit of spring tune-up on IoH regulations may be helpful as machinery gets ready to roll. First, a reminder of what vehicles are defined as Implements of Husbandry or IoH. (see full definition below). A recent contact learned […]

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Update on Swine PRRS/SECD Rule Changes

Swine producers/youth exhibitors, please take a moment to read some of the following information concerning: *Movement of swine into and within the state of Wisconsin *Movement of swine for fairs/shows, etc. Testing Reimbursement Program The Wisconsin Pork Association is offering $25 grants to pork producers to help offset costs of testing for Porcine Reproductive and […]

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New Swine Requirements 2018 from DATCP

MADISON – Swine moving into and within Wisconsin will have to meet new testing requirements beginning Feb. 1, State Veterinarian Dr. Paul McGraw announced. The new requirements are intended to help control the spread of two diseases: swine enteric corona virus disease, known as SECD, and porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, or PRRS. Both have […]

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WI Jr Targhee Sheep Association to give away 2018 Starter Flock

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:  Wisconsin Junior Targhee Sheep Association Announces 2018 Starter Flock Giveaway.   The Wisconsin Junior Targhee Sheep Association will again be giving away a starter flock of three Targhee ewes in 2018 to a lucky Wisconsin youth.  Applicants must be aged 12 to 17 as of January 1, 2018, must be a resident […]

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