It’s been a warm and wet summer and flooding has recently hit many areas in Wisconsin.
Fifteen emerging ag-ricultural leaders have been selected to participate in the Farm Bureau Institute.
After the fourth wettest summer on record, heavy rains are hampering the start of the harvest season. Getting equipment stuck in the mud is a frustrating situation.
Within the past month two people have died due to confined spaces and toxic gases. On Aug. 15 a rural Amherst farmer died near a manure storage from acute exposure to hydrogen sulfide gas.
Four individuals have been selected as Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Excellence in Ag finalists and will compete in December for the top honor.