Schlosser Family

Pepin County Town & Country Breakfast Saturday, June 13

The 27th annual Pepin County Town & Country Dairy Breakfast will be held June 13 at Schlosser Dairy LLC W3798 County B, Lima Township. Breakfast will be served 7 to 11 am and will include pancakes, real maple syrup, local sausage, deep fried cheese curds, milk, pudding and ice cream. This free event is sponsored […]

Ray Archuleta Flyer

“Ray the Soils Guy” at Baldwin

Join other area farmers for this exclusive opportunity to ask Ray Archuleta, a.k.a. “Ray the Soils Guy” all your soil health, cover crop, and tillage questions. This will be a question and answer session follow-up of the Red Cedar Conference. Learn about soil health from one of the best!

Red Cedar

Red Cedar Conference

Soil Health and Water Quality are certainly hot topics today. In light of the recent Notice of Intent by Des Moines Water Works to sue county board supervisors for nitrate pollution in their district, it certainly behooves us to understand the issues and solutions for water quality improvement. I encourage you to participate in the upcoming Red Cedar Conference. Registration is required, and it is free for all farmers and WFU members !

No Till

Northwest WI Cover Crop and Soil Health Learning Sessions

  Soil Health, Quality No-Till and Cover Crops – February 25 The Natural Resources Conservation Service is sponsoring a FREE public workshop. Barry Fisher, State Soil Health Specialist/ Agronomist from Indiana NRCS, will be conducting a workshop on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at the Eagles Club, 2588 Hallie Road in Chippewa Falls. The workshop will […]


UW-Extension Cattle Feeders Clinics slated for Feb. 9 – 12 around the state

Minimizing health problems of feeder cattle is critical to profitability. Larry Baumann, UW-Extension veterinarian/animal health specialist, and Sandy Stuttgen and Sarah Mills-Lloyd, UW-Extension agriculture agents will present information on protocols and considerations for managing calf health including getting newly arrived feeder calves off to a good start. The Cattle Feeders Clinics will be held at seven locations around the state beginning on Feb. 9 and going through Feb. 12.