Editor's note: This article is the next in a series featuring Wisconsin farmer-members of dairy cooperatives. The following article features Jason and Emily Stark, owners of Farm in the Dells of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. They’re members of Scenic Central Milk Producers.
A student from the Netherlands is seeing as much as possible of America’s Dairyland while here for a semester at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Inge Lugtenberg, 21, is a student from Luttenberg, Raalte, the Netherlands. She’s participating in a dairy-management and entrepreneurship exchange program between UW-River Falls and the Aeres University of Applied Sciences of Dronten, the Netherlands.
When shopping for ingredients for a holiday feast, or unique gifts for friends and family, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection encourages everyone to watch for the “Something Special from Wisconsin” logo. It identifies genuine Wisconsin products.
MONDAY, Nov. 21, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Fungi found in the soil are causing lung infections nationwide, even in places that doctors aren't aware are at risk.
This month we’re hosting our annual event – newly renamed this year as Unconventional Ag, and formerly known as the Organic & Non-GMO Forum. It will be held Nov. 29-30 in Minneapolis. The two-day conference brings together farmers, grain handlers, processors, food marketers, equipment and technology providers, and others along the agricultural-supply chain. Discussions will ensue on specialty oilseed, grain, vegetable oil, and plant-protein production alongside trade and processing, as well as the latest on regenerative-, organic- and sustainable-agriculture methods.