- January 28, 2015
This year we decided to have 5 focuses for the conference talks. Starting on Friday morning, we will have an overview of the Walleye Initiative Grant program and a panel presentation from several of the grant recipients. After the morning break, there will be a series of panel discussions on coolwater fish production with practical ...Read more...
- January 23, 2015
Falling milk prices likely triggered heavier dairy cow culling in December and the head count was dead even (pardon the pun) with a year ago, according to data in USDA’s latest Livestock Slaughter report issued Thursday, January 22. The report shows an estimated 257,000 dairy cows were slaughtered under Federal inspection in the month, up 39,000 ...Read more...
- January 23, 2015
Eight chefs from throughout the state of Wisconsin have been selected to compete in the 2015 Wisconsin’s Taste of Elegance contest. The contest will be held at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells on January 29. The Taste of Elegance encourages creative pork menuing and will feature original recipes from Wisconsin’s top ...Read more...
Rosie Lisowe, a Calumet County dairy farmer, will represent the Wisconsin Farm Bureau on the Wisconsin Beef Council’s Board of Directors. Lisowe was appointed to serve a three-year term of ...Read full story.
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation President Jim Holte has been elected to the American Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors. Holte’s election to a one-year term was made by delegates at ...Read full story.
Becky Salm has been hired by the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation as the new district coordinator in east-central Wisconsin. Salm will be responsible for working with county Farm Bureaus to ...Read full story.
Lynn Siekmann has been promoted to the role of Graphic Designer within the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s public relations division. Siekmann will become the primary designer of Rural Route, the ...Read full story.