Beef Field Day – So You Want to Raise Beef?

This field day will provide information about adding beef to a dairy operation or switching from dairy to beef. Includes marketing, breeding, facility conversion, nutrition. Register by August 21. $10/person if pre-registered by August 21. $15 after August 21 and at the door. Fee includes picnic lunch. Will be held rain or shine. Bring washable […]

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Taylor County Fair – July 26-29

Taylor County Fairgrounds, NE corner of State Highways 13 & 64 in Medford. Entries for all projects, except Cloverbuds, were due by July 1. As in past years, Cloverbud entries should be brought to the fair, accompanied by the pink paper entry form and green project form available from your club leader or in the […]

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StrongBodies Classes for Women and Men – new classes in September, 2018

Reflecting its broadened scope and audience, StrongBodies is the new name for the former StrongWomen and Strong Bones programs. This strength-training program is for both women and men, with an emphasis on those 40 years of age and older. Previous classes have included participants in their 70s and 80s. In addition to building stronger bones, […]

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National Agricultural Statistics Service – Wisconsin

The USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) conducts hundreds of surveys every year and prepares reports covering virtually every aspect of U.S. agriculture. Production and supplies of food and fiber, prices paid and received by farmers, farm labor and wages, farm finances, chemical use, and changes in the demographics of U.S. producers are only a […]

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Wisconsin Custom Rate Guide 2017

A new version of the Wisconsin Custom Rate Guide was released in March 2018. The Wisconsin Custom Rate Guide 2017 (.pdf) includes data on: manure services land tillage operations planting operations fertilizer and chemical applications haylage harvest operations hay harvest operations hay baling, wrapping, and hauling corn silage harvest operations silage bagging harvesting grain and […]

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Community garden

Community Gardens in Medford

The purpose of the Community Gardens is to provide a low-cost gardening site for community members to grow vegetables. Gardening season is winding down and current renters should have their beds cleaned out by November 1. If you have garlic or  perennial vegetables, please mark those squares. Those who rented gardens this year should reserve […]

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