Articles by Hope Kirwan

That delicious Thanksgiving spread this year will be the least expensive its been since 2010, according to the Wisconsin Farm Bureau.
Some Wisconsin farmers and grain elevators are struggling to find storage space for this year's record harvest.
Many areas of Wisconsin have enjoyed above average temperatures this fall. La Crosse had the latest first frost on record this year, finally dropping to freezing temperatures last week.
Homeowners and businesses impacted by flooding in western Wisconsin can now apply for federal aid.
Dairy economists have an optimistic outlook for milk prices despite continued increases in production.
Wisconsin lost almost 400 dairy farms in the last year, according to the latest report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the purchase plan after a roundtable discussion with Wisconsin farmers. The cheese will go to food banks and nutrition assistance programs.
FEMA and other officials are touring 12 counties to assess flood damage. The agency is hoping to finish surveying damage this week, but it could take until the end of the month for counties to receive a disaster declaration needed in order to get federal funding.
Mold is starting to impact corn fields in Wisconsin thanks to last month's wet weather.