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On Wednesday, March 28, Governor Scott Walker signed Assembly Bill 698 and its companion Senate Bill 599 into law. Cooperative Network supported this legislation and was present for the bill signing ceremony at the State Capitol in Madison. The legislation makes changes to Wisconsin's Agricultural Producer Security (APS) program. The...

ST. PAUL, Minn. [March 21, 2018] – More than 75 cooperative business directors, managers, and staff met in St. Paul earlier this week for Cooperative Network’s 10th annual Minnesota Co-op Day at the Capitol. Eight cross-sector lobbying groups met with agency commissioners, caucus leaders and more than 40 legislators to...

Eau Claire, Wis. [March 8, 2018] – High school students from Wisconsin and Minnesota attended Cooperative Network’s 2018 Co-ops Yes! Youth Leadership Conference in Eau Claire, Wis. this week. The two-day conference, held March 5-6, offered attendees a variety of cooperative and leadership learning opportunities and focused on the theme...

As part of the label requirement, to use the three new dicamba products over the top of dicamba tolerant soybean, applicators must go through "Dicamba / Auxin Herbicide Training". The University of Wisconsin training can be found online here.University Of Wisconsin Pesticide Applicator Training ProgramFy18 Xtendi Max Bulk Handling Mixing...

The University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives has recently produced an FAQ sheet in regard to some of the recent changes made to Wisconsin’s cooperative statute, Chapter 185. The goal of this information is to provide useful background information as questions arise around revisions to Chapter 185. During 2017, a...

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