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 Farm Aid 2019 live from Alpine Valley, Wisconsin, beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019.
As dairy farm after dairy farm close their barn doors, an Eau Claire area family farm is bucking the trend — by expanding.
A firm date is not set but trade talks between the United States and China are set to resume in October.
To help, WXOW TV, along with the other Quincy Media TV stations covering Wisconsin, will hold an all-day telethon to support Farm Aid on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019.
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
The business of farming stands at a crossroads. Family farms are facing unprecedented uncertainty with hundreds of closings again this year.
In 2017, the Berg's made the tough decision to quit the dairy business but now they are finding a new life on the farm.
In a time of dwindling dairy farms and dropping moral among the people that run them some area growers are stepping up to keep a centuries-old tradition alive but in
The ongoing crisis in farm country is directly impacting family farmers in the Upper Midwest.