I’m a Farmer too! Workshop

Women are a key aspect of the agriculture industry and are responsible for many facets of the farm.  This program is geared toward women and the many hats they wear in the agricultural industry.  Planning for the unknown, farm biosecurity, telling your farm story, and farm safety topics will be presented.

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Cultivating Your Farm’s Future: Planning Your Farm’s Succession Starts Jan. 24, 2023

How will your farm operate in the future when the owner retires or is gone? Are you currently working with another generation who may be questioning their role in the future of the farm business or are you yourself questioning your current role? To help Wisconsin farm families start their succession planning process, Wisconsin Extension has developed an interactive workshop series, Cultivating Your Farm’s Future.

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Got Plant Problems? Learn plat diagnostics online!

Plant Diagnostics: The Step-by-Step Approach to Identifying Plant Problems is a new online course offered by the UW-Madison Division of Extension Horticulture Program. The course is designed for gardeners who are looking for troubleshooting skills for the problems that arise. This is a twelve-week online course that runs from February 1 – April 30, 2023.

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Badger Crop Connect Spring 2022 Series

The Badger Crop Connect series provides agronomists, crop consultants and farmers timely crop updates for Wisconsin. CEU’s are available by topic for each presentation. Sign up and join us on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday’s at 12:30 p.m. for various topics and discussion.

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“Jumping Worm” – Amynthas spp.

Amynthas species, invasive earthworms from temperate regions of Asia, were found in limited areas near the Visitor Center in fall 2013. Commonly called “jumping worms” or “crazy worms,” Amynthas have since been found elsewhere in Wisconsin, primarily in urban areas. What can you do and how to identify them are topics addressed in this article.

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Beef Cow Calf Workship Scheduled for February 2022

University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension will host its Beef Cow Calf Workshop at three locations and virtually in February 2022. The workshop focuses on selection and development of replacement heifers, management and care of calving heifers, and secure beef supply planning. Pre-registration is required by calling the location you wish to attend; walk-ins are not allowed. Social distancing and other COVID-related recommendations will be followed.

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