The Wisconsin Channel Livestream
Dairy Cattle Dehorning Practices
Zen Miller, the Dairy Livestock Agent for UW-Extension in Outagamie County, and Bethany Marcks, a student at UW-River Falls, discuss the results of their work to inform farmers of the choices for ridding calves of their the horns. This process is known as dehorning or disbudding.
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Meet The Coywolf
The coywolf, a remarkable new hybrid carnivore that is a mixture of coyote and wolf, is explored.
As summer arrives Gordon returns to Minnesota and discovers that the tiny bear cub "Hope" has been abandoned by her mother.
The State of Wisconsin's Forests
David Mladenoff, Professor, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, UW-Madison, shares the history of Wisconsin forests and discusses the role natural and historic disturbances have played. Mladenoff discusses challenges that must be faced to ensure the sustainability of our forests into the future.