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    Clay Wegman was recognized as the Kiwanis Sunrisers of Winona 4-H Youth Representative for the month of January. Clay is the son of David and Paula Wegman. He is a member of the Saratoga Challengers 4-H Club and a senior at Lewiston Altura High School. Read more

  • 2018 Market Beef and Dairy Steer Weigh-Ins
    Market Beef and Dairy Steer Weigh-Ins are February 3rd. From 9-11:30 a.m. at the Lewiston Sales Barn , 21241 Dutchman Crossing Road, Lewiston.

    Aaron Nunemacher was recognized as the Kiwanis Sunrisers of Winona 4-H Youth Representative for the month of December. Aaron is the son of Mark and Theresa Nunemacher. He is a member of the Little Valley Victors 4-H Club and a senior at St. Charles High School. Read more

  • Proposed change to Definition of “Quorum” for Winona County 4-H Federation
    After reviewing the current Winona County 4-H Federation Constitution/Bylaws, an error was noted in the definition of a quorum. A quorum is the number of individuals needed at a Federation meeting to conduct official business. This newsletter article provides notice that new language for a quorum will be discussed at the January 8, 2018 Winona County 4-H Federation meeting and unless ten or more people object to this change on or before 4:00 p.m. on January 10, 2018, the change will become effective at the February 2018 meeting.
  • SE Invitational Project Bowl
    If you have entered a team in the regional 4-H Project Bowl contests, here’s a chance for you to practice and learn about 4-H Project Bowls. The SE Invitational Project Bowl will be held Saturday, February 17 in Byron.

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County Agriculture Educator

  • Farmer workshops on soil health in St. Charles and Owatonna
    Farmers in our region are gaining confidence in using cover crops more each year. Whether used to prevent soil erosion, capture nutrients, break disease cycles, improve soil health, add organic matter, or any one of the many other benefits, cover crops can be useful.
  • Workshop for crop advisers on soil health
    UMN Extension will be hosting a workshop focused on soil health and cover crops for crop advisers and other ag professionals on February 28th at the Heintz Center in Rochester.
  • Rotating alfalfa to corn? Tactics to maximize rotational benefits
    First and second-year corn following alfalfa usually have increased yield, reduced or eliminated nitrogen requirement from fertilizer or manure, and reduced pest pressure. Successful termination of alfalfa is essential to fully realize these benefits.

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  • Gardening
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Winona MN 55987
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