Informational vignette #3 with WeAreGreenBay.com Ag Expert, Mike Austin.
Informational vignette with WeAreGreenBay.com Ag Expert, Mike Austin.
Information and stats on Wisconsin's Dairy Industry with Mike Austin
The 2013 Ripon FFA Alumni Country Breakfast information
Fond du Lac Area Agri-Business Council Breakfast on the Farm information 2013
Sheboygan County Breakfast on the Farm information 2013
Manitowoc County Breakfast on the Farm information 2013
Calumet County Sundae on a Dairy Farm information 2013
Winnebago County Breakfast on the Farm information 2013
Information for Marinette County Breakfast on the Farm 2013
Door County 2013 Sevastopol FFA Alumni Annual Dairy Breakfast
Information for Shawano County Brunch On The Farm 2013
Information for Kewaunee County Breakfast on the Farm 2013
Information for Oconto County Breakfast on the Farm 2013
Information for Outagamie County Breakfast on the Farm 2013.
Information for the 2013 Brown County Breakfast on the Farm
Mike Austin talks with Wayne from Nutrition Service company about the importance of calves in the dairy industry.
If you want to become a dairy farmer, Wisconsin is the perfect place to start that journey. We're profiling a program that's helping dairy farmers of the future get a foothold into the business.
They're jumping and pumping at Heritage Elementary School in De Pere where catchy songs about food and nutrition are inspiring youngsters to make healthy choices. Find out why it's so cool to Jump With Jill!
They're not soft and cuddly, but barn quilts are beautiful to behold, and in Shawano County they're everywhere. See the 100th quilt square adorning the side of a barn!
It's not every day that an elementary school gets a visit from a Green Bay Packer Player, but one lucky school in Appleton did! Hear the message that Wide Receiver Jordy Nelson is sending to students!
The Outstanding Young Farmer program is the oldest farmer recognition program in the United States. Since 1955 each state's Junior Chamber International Organization has awarded one lucky recipient to advance to the national competition, and this year Brian and Renee Schaal from Burlington were selected to represent Wisconsin - and won!
As children grow up generations removed from the agriculture industry, it's increasingly difficult for them to understand where their food comes from. See author Angie Edge's creative way to explain it to youngsters!
WMMB partners with Madison School District and Bucky Badger to make breakfast fun.