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November Clover Courier

The November Clover Courier is an excellent resource to see what’s going on in Dunn County 4-H. This issue also has updates to get you through to the fall! November Clover Courier   Also take a look at the Dunn County 4-H  Blog for some great up to date happenings. http://dunncounty4h.blogspot.com/   (Don’t forget to subscribe!)

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Farm Bill Crop Provisions Informational Meeting on November 4th

 Farmers and landowners will get their questions answered about the crop provisions of the new Farm Bill at Informational Meetings on Tuesday, November 4th at the Security Financial Bank in Bloomer at 10:00 a.m. and the Ridgeland Community Center in Ridgeland at 1:00 p.m.  University of Wisconsin-Extension and the Farm Service Agency offices in Barron, Chippewa, […]

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Dunn County Master Gardener Volunteer Training Offered

Interested in learning how to better manage your yard and gardens and share your gained knowledge with others through volunteer activities? The mission of the Dunn County Master Gardener Association is to provide horticulture education, community service and environmental stewardship for our community in affiliation with the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Register now to attend the […]

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Frost Damage to Crops

Please click on these website links or documents for more information regarding frost damage to crops: Corn – Dr. Joe Lauer, UW  Corn Extension Specialist – http://corn.agronomy.wisc.edu/Management/L041.aspx#Late-season Soybeans – Dr. Shawn Conley, UW Soybean and Wheat Extension Specialist – http://thesoyreport.blogspot.com/2014/09/odds-my-soybean-crop-will-mature-before.html Sorghum and Sudangrass – Dr. Dan Undersander, UW Forage Extension Specialist – Sorgum sudangrass and frost (pdf) Nitrate Poisoning in Cattle, […]

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