Mandatory Meeting for all Jr. Dairy Exhibitors

Potential Dairy Exhibitor Mandatory Informational Meeting – Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. in the Upper Level Assembly Room at the Lincoln County Service Center (801 N. Sales Street in Merrill – enter lower level/south entrance and follow the signs to the meeting room).   Individuals who are considering exhibiting in the Jr. Dairy department […]

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Area Animal Science Days Dates for 2018

Regional animal science educational opportunities available to Wisconsin 4-H members. Specifically, Area Animal Science Days is a series of day-long events held around the state in June where youth in the beef, dairy, horse, sheep and swine projects increase their decision making skills and knowledge of animals through judging and grading experiences. Events include evaluation […]

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2018 Badger Dairy Camp

The 2018 Badger Dairy Camp application is now open. We will be accepting 100 youth to camp this year on June 7-9, 2018.  See the brochure below for more information and registration.  Please contact Kalyanna (Yanna) Williams, Dairy Youth Outreach Specialist at 608-263-9409 or via email at kwilliams32@wisc.edu Badger Dairy Camp Brochure  

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Green County Dairy Day Cattle Show – June 16th

Green County will again be hosting their annual Dairy Day Cattle Show on Saturday, June 16th at the Green County Fairgrounds.  This show is open to youth in and outside of Green County.  All exhibitors must be a minimum of 3rd grade and maximum of age 20, as of January 1, 2018. Registrations are due […]

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2018 Jr. Dairy Committee

Thank you to Alissa Sosnovske, Colton Williams, and Kody Higgins for serving on the Jr. Dairy Committee for the past two years.  At the December 9th, Jr. Dairy meeting the following individuals were elected to the committee: Hayley Fawley (2 year term), Morgan Sturzenegger (2 year term), Angelica Venske (1 year term), and Zach Wilding […]

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Veterinary Feed Directive Changes Beginning January 1st

Beginning January 1, 2017 medically important antibiotics in feed will no longer be available to use for growth promotion on any farm of any size.  Medically important antibiotics are used by dairy, livestock, and poultry but are also important to human health.  Under this new rule, called the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD), you will need […]

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