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David Hogg talk about Entomology 201 and about the hands on experiences in the classroom.

David Hogg talk about Entomology 201 and about the hands on experiences in the classroom

David Thomas talks about the Wisconsin sheep business and how the University plays a role in the development of this industry.

David Thomas talks about the Wisconsin sheep business and how the University plays a role in the development of this industry.

David Mladenoff talks about the future of growing biofuels in the northern lake states in this weeks audio.

Shawn Conley explains what crop rotations are, and the value they have.

David Combs talks about the dairy project in China and the benefits to Wisconsin and to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Jessica Cederquist talks about her new position as the University of Wisconsin-Madison Dairy Herd Manager, as well as the dairy herds educational involvement with students.

Shelby Ellison provides examples of orphan crops and explains their importance.

Pigeon Pea Soup with Plantain Dumplings: Fresh Pigeon Peas

Nancy Esser talks about research conducted at the Marshfield Agricultural Research Station.

My dad hoof trims there!

Director Robert Florence talks about soil and forage samples taken at the Marshfield Lab and the benefits of these results for homeowners and farmers in this weeks audio.

Director Robert Florence talks about soil and forage samples taken at the Marshfield Lab and the benefits of these results for homeowners and farmers in this weeks audio.

Amaya Atucha talks about upcoming varieties of apples in Wisconsin and shares new methods of growing apples in this weeks audio.

Taking a look at the Wisconsin Apple Business

Jason Cavadini discusses the no-till research being done in central Wisconsin and the benefit no-till has on soils in this weeks audio.

Jason Cavadini discusses the no-till research being done in central Wisconsin and the benefit no-till has on soils in this weeks audio.

PJ Liesch talks about a stinkbug threat, two beetle invaders that are new to Wisconsin, and who you can contact for more information in this weeks audio podcast.

Wisconsin hit by new invasive insects

Ben Futa explores the various learning opportunities for both the general public and students at at Allen Centennial Gardens.

Ben Futa explores the various learning opportunities for both the general public and students at at Allen Centennial Gardens.