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Research-based information for organic farmers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison
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MOSES Nov 27
Good to see these farmer heroes recognized! Meet the Wepkings at , where they'll be presenting grain workshops.
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MOSES Conference Nov 27
Read about workshops & full-day Organic University classes here:
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Loran Steinlage Nov 27
The InRow Roller makes its debut KISS ....
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Organic Alberta Nov 27
We've posted a tentative schedule for the upcoming 2020 Organic Alberta Conference. Learn how to build soil productivity, market grains, master intercropping, and so much more! Check it out here: And get your tickets here:
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Mac Ehrhardt Nov 25
Replying to @SeedmanMac
Lots of opportunity here in the U.S. for grain farmers. Food companies will preferentially buy U.S.-produced organic grains.
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uw_OGRAIN Nov 22
Replying to @SeedmanMac
What a great group!
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uw_OGRAIN Nov 18
Great opportunity to connect with other organic farmers local to you!
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Albert Lea Seed Nov 4
Transitioning a farm to organic - does it pencil out?
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MOSES Oct 24
Thinking about transitioning to ? A new planning tool from can help you forecast the financial impact for your farm. This free webinar shows you how the tool works.
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Albert Lea Seed Oct 24
Great line-up planned for the Albert Lea Seed annual conference. Nov. 21 & Nov. 22. Hope to see you there! Full details at
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Erin Silva Oct 17
Learn about OGRAIN Compass!
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uw_OGRAIN Oct 1
Replying to @christinakelman
I’d be happy to help set up organic farm visits in Wisconsin USA - dairy, vegetable, or grain
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uw_OGRAIN Sep 7
Replying to @FLOLOfarms @hmgrwn1
I just submitted a grant proposal yesterday where I changed my language from “termination” to “suppression” - we are thinking alike there!
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Valentin Picasso Aug 31
Perennial grains Kernza and Silflower at UW Arlington Research Station, awaken interest and questions among organic farmers at Organic Field Day ,
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uw_OGRAIN Aug 30
Thank you! Helps to have partners like you!
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Matthew Dillon Aug 15
Beautiful Wisconsin day. Perfect end to a two day organic agronomy training.
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Andre Leu Aug 15
Long term study shows that compost and cover crops in certified systems sequester the most soil carbon compared to industrial agriculture
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uw_OGRAIN Aug 14
Organic farmers talking transition strategies at - more than one way to skin a cat, but commitment and long-term strategies are keys
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Ranae Dietzel Jul 22
Does diversifying crop rotation suppress weeds? Great open-source meta-analysis from Gina Nichols (), David Weisberger, and Matt Liebman. Spoiler alert: Yes
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uw_OGRAIN Jul 22
Great opportunity to hone your organic agronomy skills!
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