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Whether you are looking to start a farm, expand your dairy herd, or have some animals on your property, your Dairy & Livestock Educator is here to help you!
Jennifer can help you with a specific issue or come out and consult about some changes you are thinking of making. Through your county office, you have access to the large network of Extension professionals and specialists around the state to help you with any of your needs related to dairy and livestock production.
Contact Jennifer with any questions or to set-up a meeting! Call her at 608-224-3717 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Blazek, Dane County Dairy & Livestock Educator “Eyeballing” your hay? It’s important to know how much your hay weighs, not only for more efficient feeding, but it also keeps your feed costs down. To learn more, check out the fact sheet on the UWEX Forage Team FYI website. Contact Jennifer with any questions.
John Shutske, Ag Safety Specialist Millions of people visit county and state fairs, farm festivals, and “agritourism” destinations every summer. Visiting a petting zoo, spending a day at the fair to check out the grand champion steer, or a taking a late summer walk through a corn maze or pumpkin patch provides opportunities for people […]
One of the most frequent questions producers ask is, “What is a fair rental rate for pasture?” In the absence of a commercial market for pasture, producers often end up bargaining for a rental price. For instance, if there is a large amount of pasture acres in a given area, the rent may be lower […]
Dane County UWEX has received a grant funding from the Dane County Farm Technology Days Show to pay for four farm families to meet with agriculture professionals on farm succession planning.
The UW-Extension Beef Team has released a revised version of their very popular “Stocker Budget” for farmers to download and use.
As of January 1, 2017, producers will be unable to purchase medicated feeds, pre-mixes, or medicines containing medically important antibiotics, over the counter. To learn more watch these podcasts or download a fact sheet.