If it happens on a farm or in a field, the Extension Institute of Agriculture works with you to achieve better results. Our innovative dairy management programs range from genetics to farm and business management. Cooperative Extension researchers work hand-in-hand with row crop, forage and fresh produce growers to provide best practices for every aspect of the growing phase. We also advise communities on using sustainable practices to create inviting spaces free from invasive species. Our work supports people, communities and businesses. Agriculture -Division of Extension
In-Person & Online Class -A Famer’s Toolkit for Well-being
One Good Idea is a multimedia clearinghouse where farmers can learn from other farmers about how to be successful and profitable with soil health and other stewardship practices.
Because, sometimes, all you need to start or succeed is that one good idea.
Welcome to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Bayfield County Hay list
This list puts local farmers in touch with one another for the purpose of Hay Buyers and/or Sellers, haylage, silage, grain, or other livestock forage. Bayfield County UW-Cooperative Extension assumes no responsibility in the transaction of buying or selling the items listed on this web site. Extension Bayfield County makes no guarantees as to the quality of the forage products. Buyers beware. All transactions and negotiations are handled directly between buyers and sellers. If you are a seller contact a buyer directly. If you are a buyer contact the seller directly. There is no charge to be listed.
If you would like to post product(s) for sale or wanted please call 715-373-3291or email firstname.lastname@example.org print and return the Buyer/Seller form . Please be prepared to provide the following information: Name, Phone Number, City, Forage Product (eg. Hay, haylage, grain, straw), Quantity, Price, Delivery/Pick-up Information, Relative Feed Quality (RFQ), if known. Once the product is sold, please call 715-373-3291 or email email@example.com have the listing removed.
In addition, there is a state hay list that can be found at: farmertofarmer.wisc.edu. There is also an Upper Midwest hay list that can be found at the same web address.
Seeking information on where to find local produce, which businesses remain open, or how to access community food resources during these uncertain times? See below for links to information and local listings! Feast By The Bay
What’s in your soil? or Manure? or Forage? Don’t guess, get a test done. The website has instructions on taking samples, sending your sample off and the fees for each item.
March 24, 2021 6:30 pm – Register in Advance – Free and Open to the Public. Learn what Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is all about. Support local farmers. Attend for a chance to win a Chequamegon Food Coop Gift Certificate. https://uwmadison.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcpd-2tqD4qG91fzvaQOGRXQ22jvHm_AXQU
The Community Food System Program promotes thriving, just and resilient place-based food systems. We support community organizations, Tribal partners, local governments, small-scale farms and food businesses, and community gardenshttps://foodsystems.extension.wisc.edu/
Agriculture Links of Interest
The University of Wisconsin Nutrient and Pest Management Program (NPM) and Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM)—work to bring research-based information regarding Wisconsin farm profits, water quality, pest management, pesticide use practices, and nutrient management planning to Wisconsin farmers and landowners.
Timely Wisconsin Crop Updates A Webinar every other Wednesday from May 20th through September 30th at Noon
711 for Wisconsin Relay (TDD)