Wisconsin Farm Bureau
The thought of my girls not having the opportunity to show their livestock animals and participate in the Green Lake County Fair makes my heart sad.
“When the land does well for its owner, and the owner does well by the land–when both end up better by the reason of their partnership–then we have conservation. When one or the other grows poorer, either in substance, or in character, or in responsiveness to sun, wind and rain, then we have something else, […]
The Endangered Species Act is back up for debate and one of agriculture’s own is pushing for reform. In congressional testimony Wednesday, Wisconsin Farm Bureau President Jim Holte, told the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee current Endangered Species Act enforcement fails to provide adequate incentives for species conservation on working lands and, instead, imposes […]