Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza continues to rattle the turkey industry. “We have lost about 8 million turkeys to date, and those losses are very challenging.” Beth Breeding with the National Turkey Federation tells Brownfield new cases continue to be diagnosed, making the virus a top... Read More.
Many Wisconsin farmers are pleased with harvest results this year. Raymond Dietrich from the Green Bay area is a dairy farmer who raises his own feed. “Some winter wheat that did okay. It wasn’t an excellent crop but it wasn’t a bad... Read More.
Despite conditions being a little on the dry side in the Thumb of Michigan, an agronomist says the crop looks better than average. In this episode, Amy Sweeney talks soybean crop health, the benefits of some August rains, and some planting insight for 2023.
A southern Wisconsin farmer says crops look good despite a dry stretch of weather. Luke Goessling grows corn and soybeans in the Whitewater area, about 20 miles north of the Illinois border. He says, “I think the earlier planted corn is there but... Read More.