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Wisconsin is home to about 15,000 beef producers, according to the Wisconsin Farm Bureau, and the state is a leading exporter of bovine genetics.
A former state wildlife biologist contends that Wisconsin's high wolf numbers may not be the driving factor behind a record 40 hunting dogs killed by wolves this bear season.
The average student loan debt for 2015 Wisconsin graduates of four-year public or nonprofit private institutions was $29,460, according to a new report from the Institute for College Access and Success.
Sprouted grains are a popular new type of food hitting the shelves of grocery stores and kitchen cabinets.
Wisconsin's high school graduation rate stayed above the national average, which reached a record of 83.2 percent during the 2014-15 school year, according to data released Monday by the U.S. Department of Education.
The death of state Sen. Rick Gudex and the announcement of a new state program aimed at preventing suicide among veterans have made suicide especially prominent in Wisconsin over the past week.
A federal study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology shows smaller amounts of a common bug killer may be more harmful in Midwest streams than previously thought.
Joe Stapleton owns a farm near Spring Green, Wisconsin. He's a conventional farmer, so he does use some chemical herbicides and fertilizers on the fields where he grows corn, soybeans and alfalfa.
Fall harvest season is underway throughout Wisconsin and will continue for the next couple of months, which means farmers and other drivers will be sharing roadways more frequently.
As state regulators plan a comprehensive groundwater study, other scientists are coming to different conclusions about if and how heavy metals are ending up in water near frac sand mining operations.