Fearless Farm Finances Online Course
Financial management course for farmers offered through MOSES.
Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship (DGA)
DGA combines work-based training with related instruction for the federally recognized occupation of dairy grazer and connects practiced grazers with aspiring farmers in a vetted apprenticeship.
ATTRA/NCAT Farm Internship Listing
A listing of Wisconsin farm operations looking for interns and/or employees seeking hands-on learning.
Beginning Farmer Center of Iowa State University-Extension
Through its Farm On Program, the center offers resources to help transition farming operations from established farmers to beginning farmers.
University of Wisconsin Center for Dairy Profitability
Provides business planning advice, education programs and support on dairy management, farm business management and information on dairy issues.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
An educational leader in food, agriculture, life sciences, natural resources, environmental stewardship and rural community development offering research-based educational opportunities.
University of Wisconsin-Division of Extension
Provides livestock, crop, farm management and family living consultation and information services from county offices throughout the state.
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Offers agricultural education programs designed to enable graduates to assume responsible positions for the future production and distribution of food in the nation and world.
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Has a reputation for high quality education and service to Wisconsin residents by offering excellent classroom facilities and teaching laboratories.
Wisconsin Technical College System
Provides customized training and technical educational opportunities for students through its technical colleges throughout the state.
USDA Veterans in Agriculture
Connects veterans to training opportunities, programs and career resources. There are USDA Service Centers available across the country to connect veterans with USDA programs.
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