MADISON - Wisconsin dairy experts say some farmers are enjoying a sweet combination of record-high milk prices and record-low feed costs that are creating profits in 2014 that are six times higher than previous good years.
Randy Greenfield, a dairy specialist for a Madison-based livestock feed company, says this year will prove to be the best financially for many dairy farmers.
He says some dairy farms that milk the state average of 117 cows will see profits totaling more than $200,000.
MADISON - The state Department of Natural Resources and federal environmental officials have developed a new plan to promote wetland restoration.
Currently the DNR requires parties that get permits to fill in wetlands to offset the impact by either restoring wetlands elsewhere or by purchasing credits from banks established by other entities that have done restoration work.
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