Research Bulletins and Presentations

 

Research Bulletins

A range of research projects have been conducted to provide data and information that will hopefully help you with your farm businesses. Research is an important part of successful agriculture and we thank the many cooperators that helped with these research projects.  The following Research Bulletins are available for viewing and download:

Low-Cost Mound-Layering Propagation of Hazelnuts (PDF)
A Winter Rye Cropping System for Farmers in Northern Wisconsin (PDF)
Nitrogen Fertilization of Corn Silage in Ashland County, WI  (PDF)
Using Pheromone Disruption to Control Codling Moth in Bayfield Apple Orchards (PDF)
Bayfield Fruit Trials (PDF)
Perfecting the Day-Range Pastured Poultry System  (PDF)
Bayfield Codling Moth Mating Disruption Trial – Year 2  (PDF)
Sweet Cherry UFO Lands in Bayfield  (PDF)
Perfecting Black Currant Production for Machine Harvest  (PDF)
Evaluation of Select Accessions of Hazelnuts in Bayfield County  (PDF)
Stool Bed Layering as a Means of Vegetative Propagation of American Hazelnut  (PDF)
Perfecting Black Currant Production for Machine Harvest (PDF)
Yield, Fruit Chemistry & Consumer Preference of Red and White Currants in Bayfield, WI (PDF)

2011 Bayfield Fruit Clinic Presentations

 

The Hay Business:  Price, Selling and Lease Agreements

Cost of  Hay Production – Excel worksheet
Cropland Lease Agreement – Word Document
Standing Forage Purchase Agreement – Word Document

 

Jason Fischbach
Agriculture Agent
University of Wisdconsin-ExtensionAshland and Bayfield Counties
Bayfield County Administration Bldg
117 E. 5th Street
Washburn, WI 54891-9464
Phone: 715-373-6104, Ext. 253 or 5
Fax: 715-373-6304
jason.fischbach@ces.uwex.edu711 for Wisconsin Relay (TDD)
Matt Cogger
Horticulture Agent
University of Wisdconsin-ExtensionAshland and Bayfield Counties
Bayfield County Administration Bldg
117 E. 5th Street
Washburn, WI 54891-9464
Phone: 715-373-6104, Ext. 246 or 7
Fax: 715-373-6304
Email: mcogger@bayfieldcounty.org711 for Wisconsin Relay (TDD)


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