COVID-19 Agriculture Resources

UW Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic

Due to COVID-19 concerns and until further notice, the UW Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic will NOT be accepting physical samples for plant disease diagnosis, including mail-in-samples. You are welcome to continue emailing plant disease questions and digital photos to the  PDDC (Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic) at hudelson@wisc.edu or pddc@wisc.edu . Clinic staff members will do there best to provide assistance. Be safe and keep healthy!

Clinic Note: To submit digital photos to the Plant Disease Clinic, click on the following link for “How -To” tips! Digital Picture Submission

COVID-19 Six Possible Impacts on Agriculture

Emergency Disposal of Milk for Dairy Farms During the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency

COVID-19 Dept. of Natural Resources  Milk Disposal

Feeding Unpasteurized Milk to the Dairy Herd

In cases where a dairy producer is unable to ship their milk to a processor,
this factsheet is designed to provide general information regarding the potential feeding
of unpasteurized milk to the dairy herd. Before feeding unpasteurized milk,
consult with your nutritionist and veterinarian or your local extension
educator/agent.

Feeding Unpasteurized Milk to the Dairy Herd

Considerations When Land Spreading Milk or Manure/Milk Mixtures

Considerations for Land spreading of Milk

UW-Landspreading Milk Considerations 2020

Catastrophic Losses Worksheet

COVID-19 Guidance for farm employers- Farm management

Farms have unique challenges with the rapidly spreading COVID-19. Make sure your employees understand that your primary concern is their health and the health of their families , and measures are in place to ensure long and producthttps://ipcm.wisc.edu/download/pubsNM/UW-LandspreadingMilkConsiderations2020.pdfive careers at your farm.

COVID-19 Guidance for Farm Employers

Resources

COVID-19 Farm Protocol

COVID-19 Guidance for Farm Employers – Spanish

COVID-19 Farmers Markets

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