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Wisconsin Dairy & Beef Well-Being Conference

The Wisconsin Dairy & Beef Well Being Conference , slated for March 20 and 21, 2018, will be held at Tundra Lodge Conference Center in Green Bay. It will feature industry-leading professionals addressing animal handling and well-being topics. This conference promises to offer exciting opportunities for farmers, agriculture professionals, and farm workers. New for 2018 […]

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Eye Exposure to Chemicals

Eye exposure to chemicals results in rapid absorption of chemicals into your body and cause physical injury to the eye itself.  The most common way for chemicals to come in contact with your eyes is during tasks where spills and splashed occur. In the video Eye Exposure to Chemicals (English & Spanish), UW-Extension Brown County […]

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December 2017 Dairy Situation & Outlook

Professor Bob Cropp’s 2017 December Dairy Situation & Outlook  full report is now available for download at UW Understanding Dairy Markets.  An exert follows below: …Milk production changes in the major milk producing states overall slowed from changes in recent months. In the West Arizona had a strong increase of 4.3%, but production was down 1.1% in California and […]

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Inhalation Exposure to Chemicals

Inhalation exposure (breathing in) is the most hazardous type of chemical exposure because inhaled chemical mists, vapors, gases, smoke, or dust are absorbed rapidly into your bloodstream or cause injury to the tissues of your lungs, and or loss consciousness.  In the video “Inhalation Exposure to Chemicals (English & Spanish)”, UW-Extension Jackson County Agriculture Agent […]

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November 2017 Dairy Situation & Outlook

Professor Bob Cropp’s 2017 November Dairy Situation & Outlook  full report is now available for download at UW Understanding Dairy Markets.  An exert follows below: Domestic sales of butter and cheese should continue to be favorable in 2018. But, a crucial factor in where milk prices end up will be dairy exports. For most of this year milk production […]

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