2022 Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference

Farmers and agricultural professionals from around the state are coming together to share & learn about all things cover crops. Whether you’re a seasoned cover cropper or an absolute beginner, there will be something for everyone! Topics include creating new opportunities for in-season manure, managing equipment for planting green, adaptive rye management, incorporating cover crops in vegetable rotations, cover crops as forage, and MORE!

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“What Happened to You?”

Anyone interested in how childhood trauma impacts brain development, and how all of us can help create a resilient, healing community, is welcome to join these conversations. Books are now available for checkout at the Brewer Public Library.

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USDA Dairy Margin Coverage Update

USDA Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) update from Mark Stephenson, Director for the Center for Dairy Profitability and Dairy Policy and Analysis at UW Madison. What you need to know for 2022 sign-up and changes to the program that could affect previous years coverage.

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Focus on Forage: Optimizing forage production in Wisconsin

Silage Additives for Conventional and Alternative Forages: Cost & Benefits with Dr. Luiz Ferreratto, UW-Madison Extension Ruminant Nutrition Specialist. Disease and Mycotoxin Considerations when Making Corn Silage with Dr. Damon Smith, UW-Madison Extension Field Crop Pathology Specialist

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2022 Organic Vegetable Production Conference

Register early to attend the 2022 Organic Vegetable Production Conference! Topics will include many topics including: Farmer Quality of Life, Keeping Employees Coming Back, Demos, and different vegetable sessions. Join the round tables, visit the social times, and learn about the organic vegetable farming industry.

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Tar Spot and White Mold Update Meetings

What is going on with Tar Spot and White Mold? How do you prepare for it? Join a two hour meeting that will discuss those options and much more. Presentations will be given by Extension Plant Pathologist, Dr. Damon Smith.

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