Hop Growers of Michigan
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Some more Harvest Ales
Hop Growers of Michigan
Hop Growers of Michigan
#weddinghops Did you know many hop Growers provide hops for weddings too? #hopgrowersofmichigan #Hops #Cheers
Hop Growers of Michigan
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Hops are swimming,
Beer is near...
Hop Growers of Michigan
Hop Growers of Michigan shared a post.
Harvest Ales will continue to release across the state,

Please tip us off so we can make it known to all of our supporting consumers!!!
Hop Growers of Michigan
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The last national United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) survey of U.S. wildlife damage to agriculture took place in 2001 and estimated $944 million in losses. At the national level, primary wildlife species resulting in losses to field crops included deer, turkeys, raccoons and waterfowl (collectively 75% of the reported losses), with 22% attributed to other species. For vegetables, fruits and nuts, deer, ground squirrels and other small rodents, crows, raccoons and rabbits were most frequently reported (64%), with other species accounting for 36% of the reported losses. All of these species have the potential to significantly impact agriculture in the Midwest as they are generally abundant and widespread in agriculture-dominated landscapes.

In an effort to identify and address agriculture and wildlife priorities in Michigan, Michigan State University has developed a brief survey (less than 3 minutes) and are asking all farmers to participate. The results of the survey will drive future research and mitigation efforts.

Take the survey at: https://msu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bxRIhLjhPa5EkuN

The survey is tablet- and mobile-friendly. Please complete the survey before Sept. 21, 2019.