UW-Extension invites you to join producers and professionals from across the country at the Midwest Manure Summit on February 24 & 25, 2015 at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
The Midwest Manure Summit is a two-day conference for farmers and agri-business professionals focusing on the processing and handling of manure.
As we know, managing manure can be a challenge for many farming operations. New technologies are being developed and employed to effectively and productively use manure in both agricultural and energy production systems. During the two-day summit, experts from across the country will discuss the latest techniques and methods for handling manure on farms of all sizes.
Please mark your calendar and join us for this great event!
About Cooperative Extension in Wisconsin
Cooperative Extension is part of the University of Wisconsin System and a division of University of Wisconsin-Extension. Cooperative Extension helps people throughout the state acquire knowledge and skills to …
- Solve problems in their businesses and farms.
- Improve their local governments and neighborhoods.
- Enhance the quality of their families’ lives.
- Use natural resources responsibly.
- Help their children grow and learn.
Extension people work in partnership with people in county, state, federal, and tribal governments; community organizations; volunteers; business; and industry. With faculty in every county and on UW-campuses, Cooperative Extension gives Wisconsin citizens quick and convenient access to University research and knowledge.
UW-EXTENSION EXTENDS THE KNOWLEDGE AND RESOURCES OF THE UNIVERSITY TO THE PEOPLE WHERE THEY LIVE AND WORK.