July Clover Dispatch 2018

Get up-to-date information with this month’s CLOVER disPATCH!  This month some highlights include: Introduction to our new 4-H coordinator Sarah Tanis! 4-H Calendar for the next 3 months Fair information that includes the food stand schedule, building monitor schedule, and fair clean-up schedule Link to JULY Newsletter HERE To see previous month’s newsletters please follow […]

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September/October Ag Newsletter

Heat Stress Aftermath in Dairy Cows While this summer was not extremely hot and the excessive rain received all the attention, July was still hot enough to stress dairy cows. How your barn is set up to help cows handle heat and individual cow health and lactation stage will have an impact on health and […]

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July/August Ag Newsletter

Late Season Nitrogen Management Because of the wet season we have had this year there are many yellow corn fields and many are-as in fields that are yellow. If all the nitrogen for the season was applied before planting and the corn appears yellow the nitrogen may be lost due to leaching or volatilization. Nitrogen […]

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May/June Ag Newsletter

  White Mold Management in Soybean White mold, or Sclerotinia stem rot, can be a devastating disease in soybean. White mold survives in the soil and the spores enter soybean plants through the flowers to infect the plants. White mold favors cool and wet weather, with June temperatures averaging 70 degrees. To make matters worse, […]

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