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The Latest from BSE
In their capstone practicum, biological systems engineering students offer solutions to real-world problemsMarch 21, 2019
What sounds better than hanging out with friends, playing games, and winning prizes? It’s okay, we couldn’t think of anything better either! Come to ASABE’s first social event of the semester as we see who …February 19, 2019
Right now, cranberry growers who suspect that pests have invaded their crop have two options: hunt around in the beds themselves, examining each individual plant, or spray the entire field and risk wasting costly resources. …October 23, 2018
A new tool developed at the University of Wisconsin–Madison could save farmers time and money during the fall feed-corn harvest and make for more content, productive cows year-round. The innovation isn’t a physical farm implement, …September 27, 2018
Yesterday, Doug Reinemann went on “The Morning Show” with Carrie Kaufman on The Ideas Network to discuss what stray voltage is and how it affects farmers. A jury recently awarded a Wisconsin farmer more than $13 …September 20, 2018
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