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Farm and Flood Information Line
When you call the Farm and Flood Information Line, you'll get reliable, research-based answers from Extension agriculture and natural resources experts. It's a statewide service backed by a network of local educators, so you'll get information to meet your specific needs. Oh, and did we mention it's free?
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Afterhours: Leave a voicemail and we'll return your call the next business day.
Anytime: Email us at email@example.com.
What kind of calls does the Farm Information Line answer?
- How do I prepare my livestock operation for flooding?
- What should I pay for land rent in my area?
- How much fertilizer should I put on my horse pasture?
- The leaf tips on my oats are turning white. What is causing this?
- Is the plant Dyers Woad toxic to cattle?
- How do I get rid of rats in my goat barn?
- How do I get my land certified for organic crop production?
- What are the feedlot regulations in my county?
- How many tons of haylage do I have in a 20x60 silo about 10 feet high?
- Is CRP open for pasturing?