Hosted By: Farm Director Bob Middendorf
Bart Kluesner of Bloomington is a beginning farmer that owns some beef cows. He is enrolled in the Beginning Farm Management program and works on the Steve Mergen Farm.
Tuesday August 30, 9 am to 4 pm, Lancaster WI Starts and ends at the Grant County UW-Extension Office: Youth & Agriculture Center 916 E Elm Street, Suite A Lancaster, WI 53813-0031 The theme of this year’s conference is “Coupling soil quality and economics” featuring a bus tour of cover crop research at the UW […]
The Dennis and Carolyn Laufenberg Family-just north of Highland is hosting the Iowa County Cattlemen’s Association Annual Summer Steak Feed. Farm Director Bob Middendorf chatted with the Laufenbergs about their ranch.
WGLR Radio will air two interviews per month with adult students in the Farm Business and Production Management Program at Southwest Tech describing how the program has assisted in their everyday farm work.
Each year around Memorial Day and Veterans Day, I have had the opportunity to interview veterans involved in agriculture. This Veterans Day, I am pleased and very proud to interview my father, Walter Middendorf of rural Galena. He served two years in the U-S Army in the early 1950’s and has been a lifelong farmer. […]
The Scales Mound FFA Chapter will be attending World Dairy Expo.
Scales Mound FFA Treasurer Jack Peart, Vice-President Jack Korte and Reporter Sonya Townsend. The Scales Mound FFA will be participating in the upcoming World Dairy Expo
Greg Biba of the Wisconsin Farm Service Agency State Office explaining the Dairy Margin Protection Program
Amanda Hoefler of New Vienna will be a freshman majoring in Dairy Science at UW-Platteville. The Hoefler Family was recently recognized as the ‘Gary Wergin’ Good Neighbor Award Winner in the State of Iowa. The award was created by the late Farm Broadcaster to promote and honor Iowa Familes involved in Livestock Production. Following […]
The 5th Annual Southwest Wisconsin Tractor Ride and Equipment Show was held on Saturday-July 26th. There were 140 Tractors in this year’s event! The money raised will go towards improvements in Marsden Park.