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FSA Programs Available for Producers Impacted by Flood and Heavy Rains

Wisconsin Farm Service Agency (FSA) reminds farmers and ranchers across the state of federal farm program benefits that may be available to help eligible producers recover from recent heavy rains and flooding. FSA offers disaster assistance and low-interest loan programs to assist agricultural producers in their recovery efforts following floods or similar qualifying natural disasters. […]


Outagamie County to Host Meat Processing Contest

On October 18th and 25th of 2018, Outagamie County will have its fifth annual meat processing contest. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about and participate in making and packaging breakfast links. All 4-H youth (no Cloverbuds) and FFA youth are eligible to participate. October 18 1. Learn about spices, different meat blends and texture […]

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Corn Silage Drydowns Scheduled

The Outagamie Forage Council, in cooperation with Fox Valley Technical College and the Midwest Forage Association, will be hosting Corn Silage Drydown events to help farmers maximize both the quality and quantity of this year’s crop.

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Additional Resources for Dealing with Snow Damage to Farm Structures

Blizzard Evelyn left damage in her wake. If you’re looking for additional resources to help you deal with damage to your farm structures, Wisconsin Frame Builders Association may be able to help. Click the link below to be taken to their directory, or pate the following address into your browser. http://www.wisconsinframebuilders.org/member-directory.php Link to WI Frame Builders […]

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All producers who are interested in the LGM-Dairy program and would like to view the refresher webinar from Brian Gould, Dairy Markets & Policy Specialist, Agriculture and Applied Economics, UW-Madison,  please read more…