Check out the Dairy Growth Management Discussion this Sunday, 3/15/2020, in Cashton, WI! Travis Klinkner arranged this event and is on top of organizing in Vernon County and statewide. If it wasn’t for him, supply management wouldn’t be in play.
2019 is well underway but the 2018 Newsletter is a great recap of what WSBDF was up to last year. Notably, Dick Cates entered retirement and became Emeritus Director. Read about Dick’s retirement here.
Andy Jaworski’s experience with WSBDF is featured in a UW News article. Check out the full article here
Also, here is a link to a Morning Ag Clips article about the course:
The 2016 Ride to Farm Event was another success! Riders started in New Glarus and enjoyed stops at the farms of two WSBDF founders, Dan Truttmann and Bert Paris. More details are on the Ride to Farm Website. Thanks to everyone who participated in and supported the event! We also appreciate this great write-up from Agri-View:
Culver’s recently featured WSBDF and our Ride to Farm event on their website. Here’s a link to the article. Thank you to Culver’s for their ongoing support of WSBDF!
The Mentorship Program for Future Livestock Farmers (in which WSBDF is involved) was recently featured in The Country Today. Here’s a link to the article.
The Mentorship Program for Future Livestock Farmers (in which WSBDF is involved) is seeking farmer mentors. Here’s a link to the full article in Morning AgClips, describing the program and the application process.
WSBDF Director Dick Cates and his wife Kim were featured in the October 2015 issue of Progressive Farmer magazine. Here’s a link to the article.
Find out all that is new and happening with WSBDF in our 2015 Autumn newsletter. Here’s the link.
One of our former students was profiled in a recent bulletin by the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Thanks Reed for mentioning WSBDF! Here’s a link to the article.