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June 2017 4-H Newsletter

Click to download the June 4-H Newsletter (.pdf) The 4-H Newsletter contains LOTS of information including … Leaders Council Board Meeting – June 6 Volunteer Opportunities Sundae on the Farm Review Day State Fair Project Transportation Progressive Ag Safety Day Wall of Honor Foodstand Meeting – June 6 Foodstand Coordinators Needed Community Service Challenge Sundae […]

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2017 Alfalfa Scissors Cutting

Sponsored the Calumet County Forage Council.  Special thanks to Jeremy Hanson for taking the samples.  Sample taken May 25, 2017 Grower Height (inches) Protein ADF NDF RFV PEAQ Growth Stage Age of stand Greg Bohman 25″ 20.9 27.7 36.3 172 180 early bud 3 yr stand Steve Keuler 25″ 18.2 28.0 37.1 168 180 early […]

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Dollars During Development

The Dollars During Development:  Teaching the Children in Your Care Essential Money Skills program will be held on Tuesday, September 12, 6:00-8:00 pm at the Chilton Public Library. This FREE program, presented by Calumet County UW-Extension Family Living Educator, Paula Hella, is being offered to child care providers, early childhood teacher, parent educators, and parents. […]

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May 2017 4-H Newsletter

Click to download the May 4-H Newsletter (.pdf) Don’t forget to register for 4-H Camp! The 4-H Newsletter contains LOTS of information including … April Leaders Council Highlights Jessie Jansen is new 4-H Teen Leader Advisor Project Leader Training – May 17 Foodstand Meeting – June 6 Community Service Opportunities So You Want to be […]

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Egg Safety Basics for Springtime Celebrations

Eggs are a familiar symbol of spring. They are one of nature’s most nutritious and economical foods and feature prominently at many spring holiday celebrations. A few basic steps will help ensure all your springtime recipes are “eggcellent” and food safe. According to Barbara Ingham, food science specialist with the University of Wisconsin-Extension, thorough cooking […]

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