Farm fields are not created equal. Variations in soil, slope, depth, moisture, and shade mean some areas of a field may actually be losing you money year after year.
Join us to learn how farms of all sizes and budgets can use their farm-specific information to identify areas where management changes or voluntary conservation programs can improve efficiency and profitability. Local farmers and experts from UW-Madison Extension and Pheasants Forever will discuss and answer questions about:
• How variations in soils affect your crops
• Using yield and profit maps to identify underperforming areas
• Choosing alternatives that fit your operation and goals
• How to get started, including technology and equipment options
• Resources and programs that can help
Brought to you by the UW-Madison Division of Extension, UW-Madison Nutrient and Pest Management Program, Pheasants Forever, and County Conservation Departments of Iowa, Grant, Green, and Lafayette Counties.