Farm Calendar

Farm Calendar

  Event Description Time / Location
2/17 - 3/9 Ag Appreciation Dinner

Farm families, make your plans to be with us for the 2015 WAXX Ag Appreciation Dinner at the American Legion Hall in Neillsville on Monday March 9th.

Dinner is presendted by AMPI, The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board and H and S Manufacturing.

Get up to 4 Free tickets (while they last) when you call CORA at 715.832.1530 anytime after 8am M-F.

Tickets are limited! Order yours today.

Evening, Neillsville Legion Hall
2/20 - 3/1 Bob's Trip to Florida with Holiday Vacations

Join Bob Bosold and Holiday vacations on an exciting tour of Florida with Agricultural Highlights, February 22-March 1,2015. Visit the Edison and Ford Winter estates. Tour Key West. Spend time on the beach. Discover The world famous Deseret Ranch. Expierience Epcot. Wrestle alligators with Bob in the everglades (not really about the wrestling part BUT you will get to explore the everglades and learn about Florida's dairies.  These fill up really quick so call today at 1-800-826-2266

Lots of Time in the Sunshine :), Florida
3/4 Northwest Wisconsin Cover Crop and Soil Health Learning session
The Hay River Farmer-Led Watershed Council is hosting the Northwest Wisconsin Cover Crop and Soil Health Learning session on Tuesday, March 3rd from 10am to 1pm at the Ridgeland Community Center (200 Diamond Street, Ridgeland).
Topics of the day include: Jack Herrick’s Story – a farmer from Cashton Wisconsin who is a recipient of the 2014 Leopold Conservation Award. Jack and his family operate a 600 cow dairy farm and have used No-Till since 1992. Demonstrations by local NRCS staff on soil health, Yahara Pride on–farm cover crop trials, cover crops and crop insurance; and local farmers experienced in using cover crops for many benefits including erosion prevention, production and more!
“For anyone thinking about trying cover crops on their farm,” said Hay River Watershed farmer Jim Huber, “this will be a great opportunity to ask questions and learn about cover crops and soil health.”
All are welcome, including non-farmers. Attendees can expect to join local farmers in learning more about cover crops and improving soil health on their land.
The Hay River Farmer-Led Watershed Council is a group of farmers working to improve soil health and water quality in the Hay River watershed.
Contact Julia Olmstead at 715-531-8869 or at to RSVP for this free event with lunch included.
10:00am – 1:00pm, Ridgeland Community Center

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