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A little grass could be a good thing in an alfalfa stand PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 August 2014 08:00

Producers chop alfalfa-grass mixtures

General perceptions about forage grasses may very well be wrong, according to University of Wisconsin Extension and Forage Agronomist Dr. Dan Undersander.

 
Add value to calves with a beef-on-dairy cross PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 09:54

Angus bull

Some dairymen are looking for ways to grow their herd, while others are concerned about maintaining herd size. Yet, all producers are concerned about generating revenue and maximizing profit on their farm business.

 
Pagel's Ponderosa: Slideshow PDF Print E-mail

Check out images from Pagel’s Ponderosa, a 5,000-cow dairy near Casco, Wisconsin.

 
Pagel’s Ponderosa builds barn for smooth transition PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 01 August 2014 14:27

cow in a maternity penAt Pagel’s Ponderosa, a newly built barn keeps cows comfortable and healthy during their dry period while allowing individualized care upon freshening.

“We believe we will be able to do an even better job with these cows so we can get them off to a great start,” John Pagel says.

 
Equipment demo video: Manure agitation boats PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 10 July 2014 12:57

For the first time, six manure agitation boats participated together in an equipment demonstration. Hosted by Marshland Acres Custom Heifer Raising in Durand, Wisconsin, the event included educational sessions, equipment introductions, and the demonstration of six manure agitation boats entering, agitating and exiting concrete manure storage.

 


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