Dunn County Dairy Breakfast, Saturday June 8th, 7am-11am

26th Annual Dunn County Dairy Promotion Breakfast

The 26th Annual Dunn County Dairy Promotion Breakfast will be held on Saturday, June 8th from 7 am to 11 am at Alfalawn Farm, N2859 290th Street, Menomonie, WI 54751. Alfalawn Farm is owned by the Styer Family, who are strong advocates for promoting Wisconsin’s agriculture industry. Attendees are invited to enjoy a breakfast on […]

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2019 Responding to Horticulture Inquiries

Members of the UW‐Extension Horticulture Team will be hosting the annual professional development “Responding to Horticulture Inquiries” at three locations in cooperation with the respective County Extension offices. The program objectives are to: Acquaint Extension agents, educators, office staff and Master Gardener Volunteers with information on UW‐Extension diagnostic services, written and web‐based horticulture resources, and Provide the opportunity to network […]

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farm field

Red Cedar Demonstration Farm 2018 Fall Field Day

Red Cedar Demonstration Farm 2018 Fall Cover Crops Field Day Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Time: 12:30PM – 3:30PM (Rain or Shine) Location: Red Cedar Demonstration Farm, near Hwy 12/29 East and Stokke Parkway, Menomonie, WI  Are you interested in cover crops and the benefits that they may provide? Please join us for a field […]

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Responding to Horticulture Inquiries

Members of the UW‐Extension Horticulture Team will be hosting the annual professional development “Responding to Horticulture Inquiries” at three locations in cooperation with the respective County UW‐Extension offices.  The program objectives are to: Acquaint UW‐Extension agents, educators, office staff and Master Gardener Volunteers with information on UW‐Extension diagnostic services, written and web‐based horticulture resources, and UW‐Extension […]

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New Invasive Worm Reported in Dunn County

New Invasive Worm Reported in Dunn County Menomonie, Wis – Jumping worms are a harmful invasive species.  According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, these worms change the soil in a negative way, more than any other earthworm we have in Wisconsin. This active and damaging pest was found in Wisconsin in 2013. It […]

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