Dairyland at a Crossroads

Statewide telethon raises $40,000 for Farm Aid

Quincy Media TV stations covering Wisconsin raised more than $40,000 in partnership with Farm Aid during an all-day telethon Friday, Sept. 20.

WATCH ONLINE: Dairyland at a crossroads

Dairy farming is an essential part of Wisconsin's culture, and dairy farms are an economic engine that powers Wisconsin.

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The ongoing crisis in farm country is directly impacting family farmers in the Upper Midwest.

Eau Claire family expands dairy farm despite struggling dairy industry

As dairy farm after dairy farm close their barn doors, an Eau Claire area family farm is bucking the trend — by expanding.

Wisconsin corn growers face late harvest

Mid-September usually marks the beginning of Wisconsin's corn and soybean harvest but this year farmers say they've got weeks to go.

Dairy farmers find new purpose

The dairy crisis continues in Wisconsin. In 2018, more than 2,700 dairy farms in the U.S. went out of business, with nearly a third of those closures taking place in Wisconsin,

Farm Aid 2019: Here’s what to expect Saturday

Farm Aid 2019, which is being held at Alpine Valley Music Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 21, will gather an all-star music lineup of artists, all donating their performances for 30,000

Give a gift today to support our family farmers

The ongoing crisis in farm country is directly impacting family farmers throughout the Midwest.

Hazelnut crops yielding profits in a dismal time for dairy farmers

Like many farmers, Wisconsin farmers are experiencing the impacts of corporate consolidation.

Wisconsin dairy industry at ‘turning point’

Wisconsin is America's Dairyland, and is known for families passing down the farming tradition throughout the decades, but that legacy is in jeopardy as the industry works to over come

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Recommendations from consulting group leads to debate at Superior City Council meeting

It was a heated Tuesday night at Superior City hall as a consulting group presented recommendations for how to improve

Can a plastic bag be taxed? Duluth council trying to clarify for Bag It Ordinance

Those in favor of the ordinance argue the council can take action now and clarify language later.

Duluth gives Costco final approval to build new store

Construction can begin within the next year.

Minneapolis law firm: Duluth council can’t place fee on plastic bags without state approval

The Duluth City Council is expected to make a decision on the controversial Bag-It ordinance Tuesday night. 

Cause of $500K logging equipment fire still undetermined

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says the cause of a logging equipment fire on Saturday, Nov. 2nd is still