- April 11, 2016
Members of the Collegiate Farm Bureau at UW-Madison (CFB) at UW-Madison will be giving students an opportunity to interact with agriculture at Ag Day on Campus being held Wednesday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Library Mall. “We are excited to host the sixth annual Ag Day on Campus this year. Ag Day provides us ...Read more...
- April 8, 2016
The UW-River Falls Collegiate Farm Bureau chapter will host the fourth annual Ag Day on Campus on April 19 to promote Wisconsin agriculture. With interactive events taking place throughout the day, non-agricultural students, faculty and community members are invited to learn more about agriculture, interact with animals and enjoy food grown and raised by farmers. This ...Read more...
- April 4, 2016
The Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation urges rural landowners to check their property tax assessments this spring. “Land on Wisconsin farms generally falls into one of five classifications,” explained Paul Zimmerman, Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Executive Director of Governmental Relations. Agricultural Land is subject to the use value assessment law, and is further classified as Grades 1, 2 or ...Read more...
Title: Agriculture in the Classroom Coordinator/ Wisconsin Farm Bureau Foundation Director Reporting to: Executive Director of Member Relations Purpose: Develop and promote educational resources for use by teachers and students, and coordinate fundraising ...Read full story.
The Volunteers for Agriculture Committee has endorsed Justice Rebecca Bradley in the April 5 election to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. “Justice Rebecca Bradley has a firm understanding of the issues ...Read full story.
A proposed trade agreement could boost agricultural cash receipts by more than $172 million, net exports by more than $172 million and add more than 700 jobs to Wisconsin’s ...Read full story.
Alison Wedig of Darlington is the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s Ag in the Classroom intern. “Watching students light up as they began to understand the importance of agriculture has made ...Read full story.