2015 June Dairy Month special on WFRV TV hosted by Agriculture Reporter Mike Austin discusses advancements in technology including robotic milking.
Agriculture Reporter Mike Austin, discusses organic dairy production with Ken Kinsetter of Liberty View Dairy.
June Dairy Month Special: Family Dairy Operations Part 2
Dairy farmers like Connie Seefeldt see a real value in the diversity of the size and type of Wisconsin dairy operation.
Ag Reporter Mike Austin interviews Ron's Cheese in about high quality Wisconsin dairy products.
Corn has multiple uses, including great feed for healthy cows in the dairy state.
Like many of the 66 women who proceeded her, Zoey Brooks says her time as Alice in Dairyland went way too fast, although it was a very memorable experience. Zoey shared with us why she feels the Alice program needs to continue and what she felt she accomplished as the 67th Alice.
With more consumers asking the questions of how, why and where their food is produced. Agriculture has been focusing more attention to being transparent about what they do. Food giants like McDonalds are hearing from their customers about food production and producers are responding
Soybean acres continue to grow in Wisconsin. the crop which has grown in popularity because of its versatility is an important one. And today we learn from a state grower on both the growing demand for beans and some of the opportunities and challenges the market faces
The proposed budget cuts for the University of Wisconsin System does include University Extension which not only assist agriculture, but also provides research and expertise in the fields of horticulture, family resources and 4-H and youth programs. Extension has already made cuts on both the state and county levels however unless the proposed budget cuts are reduced, more drastic cuts will have to be made.