Ted Bay

As UW-Extension Crops and Farm Management Agent for Grant and Lafayette Counties, Ted Bay provides educational programming and support for farm management, crop production, nutrient management, and horticulture in southwest Wisconsin. Ted created a local nutrient applicator training program in 1992 which contributed to groundwork for creation of the Professional Nutrient Applicators Association of Wisconsin […]

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Adam Hady

Adam Hady has served as the Richland County Agricultural Agent since 2004. Adam’s program has focused on dairy and livestock production, farm business and decision making, and addressing the non-traditional agricultural producer. Adam Hady’s Extension programming focuses mostly on beef, swine, and poultry production. Adam co-authored the UWEX Holstein Steer Finishing and Yardage Cost Survey […]

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Tim Jergenson

Tim Jergenson has served as the Barron County UW-Extension Agriculture Agent since 2003. Prior to that, Tim served as the Polk County Agriculture Agent and has Extension youth development experience in Clark County and South Carolina. As the Agricultural Agent for Barron County, Tim has focused his programming in Farm Financial Management, Small Ruminants, Horticulture […]

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Peg Reedy

Since 2001, Peg Reedy has served as the UW-Extension Ag Agent for Walworth County. Peg’s primary programming efforts are in agronomy, pasture management, farm management, and farm succession.  Peg also served as the Farm Technology Days Executive Secretary for the past two and a half years. Nutrient management in hay and dealing with horse manure, […]

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Vijai Pandian

Vijai Pandian has served as the Brown County Agricultural Agent specializing in horticulture since 2006. Vijai’s primary programming efforts are in commercial and consumer horticulture. Vijai partnered with the Green Bay and Fox Valley chapters of the Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association (WLCA) to offer an annual four week short course series to train local landscape […]

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Zen Miller

Zen Miller has been the UW-Extension Agricultural Agent for Outagamie County since 1996. The majority of Zen’s programming efforts are with Dairy Management and Livestock. Since 2009 Zen has trained over 80 dairy industry personnel, many from Wisconsin as well as other states including Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia and Arizona to assess farms for the […]

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Katie Wantoch

Katie Wantoch has served as the Dunn County UW-Extension Agriculture Agent since July 2010. Katie’s primary programming efforts have focused on Farm and Financial Risk Management, and Agricultural Economic Development. Located in western Wisconsin, Dunn County is home to a diverse agricultural industry, contributing 3,890 jobs and $806 million dollars in economic activity (Deller, UW-Extension, […]

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Jerry Clark

Jerry Clark has served as Chippewa County’s UW-Extension Crops and Soils Educator since 1998. Jerry served as the Eau Claire and Chippewa Counties Agronomy Educator from 2009-2014. He currently has been appointed to Chippewa County alone. His programming efforts are with Manure and Nutrient Management, Forage Production and Commercial Apple Production. In Chippewa County, custom […]

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Ken Williams

Ken Williams has served as the Waushara County Agricultural Agent since 2005. Before moving to Waushara County Ken served as the UW-Extension Agriculture Agent in Langlade County from 1999 to 2005. With over 200,000 acres utilized for grain production across the Central Wisconsin Agricultural Specialization (CWAS) 7 county area, grain production is very important.  Ken’s […]

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Scott Gunderson

Scott Gunderson has served as the Manitowoc County Agricultural Agent since 1987.   Scott’s major programming efforts are in Dairy and Livestock and Farm Safety. His primary emphasis is developing educational materials and teaching that information to dairy farmers, dairy nutritionists, agricultural lenders, farm management specialists, dairy plant field representatives, elected officials, and the general public. […]

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Barb Larson

Barb Larson has served as the Kenosha County Horticulture Educator since 2004.  Barb’s educational programming focuses on horticulture and sustainability. Barb oversees the Master Gardener Program in Kenosha County.  Barb was instrumental in developing an on-line Plant Health Advisor Training to teach basic plant diagnostics.  Since 2009, over 200 people have taken the online course.  […]

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Nav Ghimire

Nav Ghimire has been the Green Lake County Agriculture Agent since 2010.   Nav’s major programming efforts are in Soil and Nutrient Management and Fresh Market Vegetable Production and Management. Nav has taken the lead in his region with nutrient management, by providing farmer training with the end goal of having farmers develop nutrient management plans that […]

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Jamie Patton

Jamie Patton was a tenured Soil Science faculty member at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri before joining UW-Extension in Shawano County in 2013.  Originally from Iowa, Dr. Patton earned her graduate degree from Iowa State, and later her PhD from Oklahoma State University.  She became known in NW Missouri as a valuable resource […]

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Carl Duley

Carl Duley has served as Buffalo County’s Agriculture Agent since 1985.  The majority of Carl’s programming efforts are in Farm Management and Safety and Agronomy (hops and malting barley). Carl was one of the key leaders in developing the Management Assessment Center (MAC) program.  This program was initially designed to evaluate management skills of owner/managers […]

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Mike Rankin

Mike Rankin served as the Fond du Lac County Crops and Soil Agent from 1988 to 2015 where his programming focused on forage and grain crop production, marketing and management.  A combined 100,000 acres of alfalfa and corn silage are grown in Fond du Lac County to support the forage needs of the dairy industry […]

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Mark Mayer

Mark Mayer has served as Green County’s Agriculture Agent since 1985.  His major programming areas are in Dairy Modernization, Milk Quality, Farm Management, and Nutrient Management. Much of Mark’s Dairy Modernization work was has been accomplished by conducting individual dairy farmstead consultations.  Dairy Modernization topics have been presented by Mark on numerous occasions, including annual […]

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Tina Kohlman

Tina Kohlman has served as a UW-Extension Dairy & Livestock Agent since 1999.  In 2012 Tina’s appointment changed to a dual-county appointment for Fond du Lac (80%) and Sheboygan (20%) Counties.  Tina’s programming efforts have focused on improving farm profitability and innovative ways to reduce production costs and improve food safety. Tina has provided leadership […]

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Mike Ballweg

Mike Ballweg has been the Sheboygan County Crops and Soils Agriculture Agent since 1987.  The majority of Mike’s work falls into the areas of Agronomy to include grain and forage crops, cover crops, soil conservation  and support for commercial horticulture. In 2012 Mike worked with the ANRE program area and DATCP secretary Ben Brancel to […]

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Greg Andrews

Greg Andrews has served as Pierce County’s Agriculture agent since 1985. His main program area focuses on: Conservation of Natural resources, Agricultural Leasing Education, and Dairy Modernization. Since 2013 Greg has also served as the ANRE Administrative Liaison and ANRE Team Coach. In response to diminished soil conversation practices and a measurable increase in soil […]

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Otto Wiegand

Otto Wiegand has served as the Agriculture Agent in Burnett, Sawyer and Washburn counties since 2004. His major program areas are Livestock, Dairy and Forages. He is headquartered at the Ag Research Station in Spooner. Since he began his position, Otto has worked closely with the NW Wisconsin Graziers Network. His efforts have included organizing […]

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