Raising Poultry Program

Ronald Kean, UW-Extension State Poultry Specialist, will come to Taylor County to do a program on poultry for youth and families wanting to learn more about how to raise and show poultry. The program will be held at the UW-Extension Building on April 20, 2017, at 5 p.m. Free, but please Register Here. Getting started with raising […]

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Upcoming Ag Programs

FARM SUCCESSION AND ESTATE PLANNING Thursday, March 23, 2017: Medicaid Eligibility and Recovery Last of a series of webinars. County/USDA Ag Service Center, 925 Donald St in Medford; 1-3 P.M. No fee, but please RSVP by Tuesday, March 21, 715-748-3327 x1 or x9 FARMING YOUR FINANCES March 29-30, 2017 Athens Fire Hall, 301 State Hwy […]

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NCWCA Beef Round-up and Preview Show

For those raising or interested in raising beef, as well as the general public, both the Beef Round-up and Beef Preview Show will be held on Saturday, May 13 at the Brecke Rodeo Arena near Medford. Visit the beef section on this website for details.

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Wisconsin Local Food Locator

A growing interest in eating local foods has led to the development of the Wisconsin Local Food Locator. This new website helps consumers find local food producers/vendors (farmers markets, farm food stands, CSAs, and other local sources) and provides producers with a way to let consumers know where they are located and what they sell. […]

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Ag Plastic Recycling Coming Back to Taylor County

Revolution Plastics is expanding their baling plants to Appleton and Eau Claire, and they are now looking at serving Taylor County. Revolution Plastics provides farms and dairies with free, on-farm ag and silage plastic collection including a dumpster in which to store your ag plastic. If you are interested, see the Revolution Plastics Ag Plastic […]

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Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD)

NEW: Producer and Youth Producer Guide to the Veterinary Feed Directive (4 page pdf) The Veterinary Feed Directive(VFD) rules enacted in October 2015 require livestock farmers to correctly apply VFD Orders and retain all VFD Orders for two (2) years, producing them for inspection when requested to do so. VFD Orders may be stored electronically […]

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