MANHATTAN, Kan. (KStateSports.com) – Holding a 10-point lead at halftime on Sunday afternoon in front of 5,424 fans at Bramlage Coliseum, K-State women's basketball stepped on the accelerator in the third quarter and downed Wisconsin, 75-57, to improve its record to 4-0 on the season.
A western Wisconsin farmer says crops look good considering their very dry start. Tom Gillis tells Brownfield, “I think we caught a few rains just at the right time.” Gillis raises about 13 hundred acres of corn and soybeans northeast of River Falls, Wisconsin... Read More.
The Wisconsin State Fair began Thursday, but the fair’s agricultural education efforts began long before the gates opened. State Fair CEO Shari Black tells Brownfield the fairgrounds and volunteers hosted Ag Discovery Day in May, where they hosted a thousand students from three Milwaukee... Read More.
The Wisconsin Corn Promotion Board is teaming up with the U.S. Grains Council to educate farmers on trade and how the checkoff helps find new markets. Farmer Shane Goplin from Osseo is on the Wisconsin Corn Promotion Board. He says, “When we were... Read More.
A couple of new state laws will have an impact on Wisconsin’s agriculture businesses and conservation efforts. Friday, Governor Tony Evers signed Senate Bill 66 as Wisconsin Act 28, adjusting the maximum number of days a seasonal farm service industry employee can hold a... Read More.
The President of the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board is optimistic and excited about a possible soybean crushing facility near Evansville, Wisconsin. Clinton farmer Patrick Mullooly tells Brownfield it’s early in the process for CHS, as the cooperative moves forward with plans to build a... Read More.
The potato harvest has begun for some Wisconsin growers. Donald Maum is the Sustainability Manager for Alsom Farms and Produce. He tells Brownfield the potato crop is looking good so far. “It’s been a dry year, but we’re 100% irrigated here on... Read More.
A bill in the Wisconsin State Senate would tighten restrictions on foreign land ownership. Farmer and Senator Rob Stafsholt from New Richmond tells Brownfield Senate Bill 348 would stop large future acquisitions of ag land by foreign buyers. “Right now, there already is... Read More.
Four lucky Wisconsin residents have won a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hunt elk during the state’s 2023 elk hunting season, which opens Saturday, October 14th. DNR Wildlife Biologist Josh Spiegel tells Brownfield the agency randomly selected these hunters from more than 21,300 applicants. Learn... Read More.
The House Agriculture Committee will be taking testimony on the next farm bill in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Congressman Derrick Van Orden tells Brownfield farmers and others connected to agriculture and nutrition can tell elected officials what they would like to see in the new... Read More.
The President of the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board hopes an in-state crush plant becomes a reality soon. Pat Mullooly tells Brownfield the new DeLong Maritime Agricultural Facility at the Port of Milwaukee might help stimulate development by providing access to new markets for... Read More.
Scattered rains brought little relief to Wisconsin crops last week. USDA statistician Greg Bussler says there were reports of severe weather damaging crops in northwestern Wisconsin with some fields being a total loss. One of those storms centered in Barron County included large... Read More.