Hundreds of people attended the 41st Dodge County Dairy Brunch Sunday on the FWR Nell Farms on County Highway S, Juneau. The meal included scr…

TOP: Kinley Reisinger, 4, and her brother Karter Reisinger, 2, of Waupun, enjoyed a brunch of eggs, pancakes, milk, cranberry juice, and ice c…

In my earlier years of reporting I was asked to do a weekly “man on the street” type feature, asking four people a specific question on some c…

Dry weather have made for ideal conditions to make hay. Rolls of hay dry in the sunshine last week on County Highway E in Concord,  north of I-94.

Silage was taken off a field earlier this month near Beaver Dam. The recent rains and hot temperatures has spurred the hay crop in the area.

The Jefferson High School FFA agribusiness club and the agriculture department teamed up to put on “Drive Your Tractors to School Day” May 26,…

GREEN BAY — Dairy farmers are quickly coming to understand the value of manure and digesters. What was once considered a dairy cow byproduct i…

MADISON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is investing up to $15 million to support the developmen…

So graduates – you think now that you have that diploma you’ve learned it all? Think again.

Have you ever wondered why there is one day a year set aside to honor mothers but there is an entire month designated to honor cows? It must b…

JUNEAU — While spring has been unseasonably cool, one thing to count on as Wisconsin residents is that the weather will change. These temperat…

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This Dodge County farmer was rolling freshly cut silage Tuesday morning for harvest before the rains came. Rain showers, which are badly neede…

Forty-three years ago Dick took Bill’s place running the farm. Then eventually David took Dick’s place running the farm. Now Dick is taking Bi…

JUNEAU — Determining when to cut first-crop alfalfa is often difficult because alfalfa quality, relative to flowering stage, varies greatly. T…

Elizabeth Katzman, who raised $10,000 last spring by selling nearly 1,000 Support Wisconsin Dairy yard signs, recently had the opportunity to …

Elizabeth Katzman, who raised $10,000 last spring through her grassroots Support Wisconsin Dairy yard sign campaign, recently donated 250 froz…

We had a couple of grandkids celebrate birthdays this week. One turned 16 and is excited to be able to drive the car. His sister turned 10 and…

COVID and changes in the newspaper and magazine world have meant I no longer have an opportunity to visit ordinary farm families and learn abo…

Farmers were busy in area fields last week as temperatures rose into the 80s and the moisture levels were low. This farmer was spotted near Ju…

With the dry conditions, as is evident by the blowing dust, area farmers have been able to begin field work this spring.

LEAWOOD, Kansas — Farmobile LLC, Agriculture’s Independent Data Company, has announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issue…

School is almost out and it looks like our grandkids will make it through the year in the classroom.