A new Wisconsin program strives to create a “win-win” scenario for regional food shelves and independent farmers.
The new Republican chairman of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee and a top Democrat on the panel on Wednesday laid out anti-hunger initiatives Congress could tackle in the upcoming farm bill.
Come see Corn Interseeded with Covers; Discuss cover crops with UW NPM Outreach Specialist Jamie Patton; and have a silage management discussion with Extension Agent Scott Reuss. Silage samples, provided by Extension, starting at 9:30 a.m. 3 per farm free, $10 per sample for each additional sample. Lunch will be provided at noon.