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4-H Enrollment Information

Welcome to Polk County 4-H!  All enrollments are done through 4H Online, an easy to use online enrollment system. Follow these easy steps: Find a 4-H Community Club in Polk County!  Please contact the UW-Extension office for assistance at (715)485-8600 or email: charles.prissel@wisc.edu . See the following instructions to enroll your family after you have found […]

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2020 PAT Dates

Below are county office PAT dates planned for 2020 – Start Time = 9:30 AM Barron County February 12 – Barron County Government Center Buffalo County (Contact the Buffalo County Office for dates) Buffalo County Courthouse, Alma Buffalo County Courthouse, Alma Chippewa County January 29 – Security Bank, Bloomer February 26- Paradise Shores, Lake Holcombe […]

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Remote Education for Sheep Producers

Click HERE to learn more about the Sheep Webinar hosted by The University of Wisconsin Madison. The speaker, Dr. Daniel Morrical,  will speak on late gestation ewe nutrition during the January webinar.

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Newsletter For Dairy Farms and Their Employees

Want to know how to have productive lactation in your dairy cows or staying safe around manure handling and storage systems?  There is a newsletter now available in both English and Spanish called The Dairy Partner. Click below for the latest news on the above subjects and look for more every other month from the Agriculture […]

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Free Agriculture Recycling Opportunity

Revolution Plastics, a company with Midwest operations based out of Madison, WI and facilities in Appleton and Eau Claire, is looking to expand their Ag plastics recycling business into western Wisconsin. They are planning to collect Ag plastics from farmers with on-farm recycling dumpsters. The dumpsters are free and collection is free to the farmer. […]

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NEW NAME FOR WNEP!!!!

Nutrition education program changes to meet needs of new audiences FoodWIse is  the new name of Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program. A successful nutrition education program is getting a new name to make it relevant and accessible to more audiences. FoodWIse, formerly known as the Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program, or WNEP, has a long legacy of […]

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