The department’s extension program has a major impact upon quality food production, environmental quality, and social activities. Refer to the department Annual Summaries to read more details about our Extension programming. Current extension activities focus on the following areas:
- Environmental quality
- Farmstead engineering
- Electricity, power, and processing
- Agricultural safety and health
- Power and machinery
- Sustainable agriculture
- Precision agriculture
- Ag Safety and Health
- Agrability of Wisconsin
- WI Machinery Extension
- Wisconsin Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Resources
- Milking Machines and Milk Quality
- Farm Energy, Wiring and Electrical Safety, and Stray Voltage
- UW Extension Information on Crop Irrigation
- Tile Drainage Site
- Vegetable and Fruit Crop Storage
Our course "Manure Management to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions" is live!
This course has the objective to give you a general understanding of manure management operations in dairy farms, the intensity and mechanisms through which GHGs are emitted from manure management operations, and strategies to reduce these emissions at the farm.
The course is divided in 5 parts (for a total of 1.5 hours): 1) Introduction to GHG emissions, 2) GHG emissions from agriculture and dairy, 3) Manure management, 4) Manure storage, and 5) Manure land application. Each module has a presentation recorded in a video format and a Quiz to review the main concepts of each module.
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If you have any questions contact Horacio Aguirre-Villegas at: firstname.lastname@example.org