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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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Learn About Updated Laws on How Farm Machinery Operates on Wisconsin Roads

April, 2014 – Farmers, agriculturists and local town officials are invited to attend a seminar to discuss a recent Wisconsin bill that updates state laws regarding farm machinery operating on Wisconsin roadways. The University of Wisconsin-Extension Dunn County and Dunn County Farm Bureau are hosting a presentation about these changes on Monday, April 28th from […]

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2013 – 2014 Dunn County Cash Rental Rate Survey Results

February 2014 – Each year the Dunn County UW-Extension office receives several questions about farmland rental rates from farm operators as well as non-farm land owners.  To better answer these questions, our office has conducted a farmland cash rent survey for the past three years.  The survey is intended to provide township level rental rate information […]

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Establishing a Rental Rate & Agreement That Work: Part 3

Published in the Chippewa Valley Ag Extension Alert – Spring 2013 edition Renting land is an alternative to owning. Renting allows a farmer to increase the size of his or her operation without having to commit (or even have) the money needed to buy the land. For starting farmers, renting is a very good way […]

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Establishing a Rental Rate & Agreement That Work: Part 2

Published in the Chippewa Valley Ag Extension Alert – Winter 2013 edition The 2012 crop season is now complete and many farmers have taken advantage of the warm fall weather to do some fall tillage and planting of cover crops. If there were any corn fields left standing for the gun deer season, they have […]

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