Corn growers across the Midwest have made up for lost time in a big way from a slow start to planting season after a waterlogged spring.
A jury has been selected to hear the licensing trial of a Wisconsin dairy farmer who supporters say is being targeted for selling raw milk.
Across the Midwest, farmers are planting crops on almost any scrap of available land to take advantage of consistently high corn and soybean prices.
The weather is finally cooperating and that means spring planting is officially underway! Among those hard at work in the fields, Wisconsin's 11,000 soybean farmers. The 65th Alice in Dairyland stopped by NewsChannel 7 at Noon to talk about soybeans and how we can use them.
Urban farmer Will Allen says one major challenge city residents face in growing their own food is the poor quality of their soil.
Two Wisconsin congressmen are proposing changes to the nation's crop insurance program that they say will save the federal government $11 billion over the next 10 years.
The Senate has begun laying the groundwork on a massive farm bill that would cut spending while also creating new subsidies for farmers.
The wet start to the corn planting season may reduce the amount each acre produces this year, but farmers are planting so much corn they're still likely to bring in a record crop.
The Milwaukee urban farmer who is nationally known for his nonprofit, Growing Power, will speak at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee next week.
Five of the eight members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation are expressing their opposition to a plan that could limit milk production in the state.
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