MADISON, Wis. — The third week of September is National Farm Safety and Health Week.
HASTINGS, Minn. — Less than one month after the 110-year-old Hastings Creamery closed its doors, a fire broke out the evening of Sept. 13.
Which one do you prefer? Many times, I have discovered that most farmers have a favorite.
COLUMBUS, Wis. — Jen and Julie Orchard are doing something unique. These artisan butter makers are making butter from the cream of their cows’ milk, and to their knowledge, they are the only butter makers in the state doing so.
TAYLOR, Wis. — Tom Olson has an idea. He believes his idea will move a lot of dairy product while putting dairy checkoff dollars to good use.
HARLAN, Iowa — After nearly two decades of trying to legalize the sale of raw milk in Iowa, supporters of this legislation finally saw success July 1.
ELDORADO, Wis. — When meeting Andrew Rickert for the first time, it can be hard to tell he is deaf. Born with normal hearing, Andrew’s world did not turn silent until around 20 months of age after he contracted spinal meningitis.
EVANSVILLE, Wis. — When Don Larson bought a 400-acre farm in 1957, people in town told him he would not make it. But, he proved them wrong.
MADISON, Wis. — On July 5, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers signed the 2023-25 state biennial budget into law. With dollars invested in areas including agricultural infrastructure to meat processing, the budget contained a variety of items seen as wins for agriculture and the dairy industry.
WEST ALLIS, Wis. — David Hofer loves cheese curds. It is a love that began years ago while working concessions as a teenager, but little did Hofer know that one day he would make his living off the curd.
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