Manure Summit Presentations Available Online

Presentations from the 2015 Midwest Manure Summit are now available online at http://www.midwestmanure.com/. For more information regarding manure handling on the farm, please visit Wisconsin Manure Management or contact UW-Extension Manure Management Systems Specialist Rebecca Larson.

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February 2015 Dairy Situation & Outlook

Professor Bob Cropp’s February 2015 Dairy Situation & Outlook full report is now available for download from UW Understanding Dairy Markets.  For more information regarding dairy markets, please contact UW Dairy Markets Specialist Brian Gould or visit UW-Extension Understanding Dairy Markets.

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January/February Dairy Partner/ El Compañero Newsletter

The January/February Dairy Partner El Compañero Newsletter is now available online.  Topics include responding to manure spills and proper treatment procedures. The Dairy Partner/El Compañero is a UW-Extension newsletter designed for dairy farm employees.  Written in both English and Spanish, the newsletter provides basic information about dairy cows, farm safety, and personal health to individuals who work on farms.  Past […]

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Registration Now Open for the 2015 Midwest Manure Summit

Animal agriculture is a $7.5 billion dollar industry in Wisconsin.  As the industry evolves, the handing of manure is becoming more complex, as waste streams are processed for energy, fertilizer, bedding and potable water production. To keep abreast of the latest technologies and techniques in animal waste management, University of Wisconsin-Extension invites you to: Midwest […]

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Manure Irrigation Study Continues

Transport of manure to fields through irrigation methods has been under extreme scrutiny for the last few years in Wisconsin.  As another manure land-application technology, it is appealing to producers for many reasons.  This includes potential reduction in hauling costs, less road traffic and increased nutrient efficiency due to application throughout the growing season. UW-Extension […]

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