With some not able to get out to their fields, farmers are taking advantage of the free time to learn a bit about how they can potentially do their jobs better . Peninsula Pride Farms hosted their latest field day on Tuesday at Brey Cycle Farm in Sturgeon Bay, which is one of the many the group hosts year-round. It has been especially useful this year as farmers using cover crops and no-till practices have been able to get to work in their fields quicker and seeing their soil health improve. Nathan Nysse from Peninsula Pride Farms says the field days keep on growing more popular as word gets out and ideas begin working.
Peninsula Pride Farms is currently working on additional field days in the future as they arrange presenters and different equipment demonstrations.