The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection offers many services including consumer and business information, complaint handling, agricultural and business development services, farm assistance and more.
For more than 150 years, agriculture has driven Wisconsin's economy, and it remains the state's number one industry. Underpinning this $88.3 billion agricultural industry is the department's effort to promote the physical and economic health of all the state's citizens.
DATCP strives to protect consumers and has many resources available to help them. By working with landowners and other government agencies, it promotes public health through sound environmental practices to protect the land and advance conservation programs. The department proactively works to support Wisconsin's agricultural industry by protecting the health, safety and pocketbooks of the state's citizens.
Offers information and networking services for farm-related organizations as well as research services for the University of Wisconsin-Madison and other institutions.
University of Wisconsin Center for Dairy Profitability
Provides business planning advice, educational programs and support on dairy management, farm business management, and information on dairy issues.
Provides livestock, crop, farm management, and family living consultation and information services from county offices throughout the state.
University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
An educational leader in food and agriculture, the life sciences, natural resources and environmental stewardship, and rural community development, offering strong, research-based education opportunities.
Applies science and technology to the production, management and distribution of livestock and poultry for food, fiber and recreation to advance economic vitality.
Offers agricultural education programs designed to enable its graduates to assume responsible positions for the future production and distribution of food in the U.S. and the world.
The University has earned a reputation for high quality education and service to the people of Wisconsin, offering excellent classroom facilities and teaching laboratories.
Provides customized training and technical educational opportunities for students through its 16 technical colleges located around the state.
Provides educational programs for its members and offers a forum for exchanging ideas and promoting the profitability of the dairy business.
Offers access to numerous resources that support the continued success of all aspects of Wisconsin's dairy industry.
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