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Just after the new moon those of us who still have calendars on the wall flipped the pages from July to August. The past few weeks have had a lot of weather that’s great for haymaking. Warm dry breezes cure hay beautifully. But that same weather that’s good for haymaking, when enjoyed in excess, is not good for hay-growing. Many folks on Wisconsin’s Lake Superior shore are saying variations of the same thing – “Boy, we sure need some rain!” and “How did it get to be August already?!?”

Who doesn’t love okra fresh from the garden in the summer or from the farmers market? 

UKRAINE – There are fears in Ukraine that the country may lose 150,000 cows, a third of its national herd, if the war with Russia does not stop by the end of this year.

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Wisconsin dairy breakfasts are being planned to celebrate June Dairy Month. Agri-View will publish a calendar weekly in print, as well as online, with updates as we receive them. Email agriview@madison.com with breakfast information including time and date, location with street address, what will be included, and a contact website, email or phone number to learn more information. Visit bit.ly/2022dairy to see an interactive map.