Soil, forage concerns on farmer's minds

Issues born in the wake of last year's harvest struggles will highlight a meeting organized by the Kewaunee County UW-Extension office later this month. The late harvest for some crops commonly used to feed animals had a negative impact on its quality. The heavy machinery used on wet fields caused its own issues, compacting soil to a point where it could take years to fix. Agriculture Agent Aerica Bjurstrom says the 2020 Forage and Soil Meeting will hopefully provide

The meeting is set to take place at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds on February 27th beginning at 10 a.m. The meeting is free to attend but registration is required.


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