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Encouraging days are ahead

By Don Niles, president Greetings once again from PPF. I hope all is going well for you. The ideal conditions of last fall have carried over into the new year and for most of us spring work went smoothly. This has been a great fall and spring in...

Conservation Conversation: June 30

UPDATED DATE: NOW JUNE 30 Join us on June 30 from 6-7 pm for our third Conservation Conversation of the year. We’ll spend an hour talking about Irrigation: Center point drop nozzle irrigation system that uses water from the feed pad. The...

Show me your cover crops – Paul Cornette

Paul Cornette has been planting cover crops for three years and his are growing nicely at Cornette Dairy. Paul answered a few questions below. What is crop to be planted within cover crops?Corn will be no-till planted into these fields. What...

UW-Extension soil sampling program

Do you grow soybeans? Are you interested in soil health? UW-Extension has a new soil sampling program for farmers with a variety of management practices from all over Wisconsin. Introduction: Although there is a great deal of research on soil...

Peninsula Pride Farms looks ahead to 2021

CASCO, Wis. — Peninsula Pride Farms has seen tremendous growth over their five years of existence with the focus of caring for the soil and water in southern Door and Kewaunee counties. The farmer-led watershed conservation group set goals for the...

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