DATCP has updated the local options map for Implements of Husbandry (IoH) and Agricultural Commercial Motor Vehicles (Ag CMV). There were some local options changes for 2017 looking at the resolutions listing on the DOT website.

This is an easy reference to see what option a town or county may be operating under for the IoH/Ag CMV weights.


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  • Rock County Area Grain Growers Meeting
    On Thursday, September 21st at 5:00 p.m. UW-Extension Rock County will be hosting the first Rock County Area Grain Growers Meeting.  The meeting will be held at Johnson Tractor, 1110 N. Hwy 14, Janesville, WI 53546.  All grain growers in and around Rock County are encouraged to attend. Topics to be covered at the meeting include: […]
  • Rock County Sheep Producers Fall Picnic & Educational Program
    The Rock County Sheep Producers are hosting a Fall Picnic and Educational Program Sunday, October 1, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Brandon and Michelle Knutson Family Diamond K Sheep Farm, Kemmerer Road in Clinton Wisconsin. Interested youth and families invited. Following the business meeting and election of 2018 officers, board and […]
  • How do you Tap Into It?
    Help us tell our story by sharing yours! If you’ve got a minute, use it to tell us how the people and programs of UW Extension have helped you learn, grow, or succeed. Nearly 200,000 Wisconsinites tap into UW Colleges and Extension resources every day. Each one has a story – about a class that […]
  • Chancellor and Vice Chancellor Visit UW Extension Rock County
    University of Wisconsin Extension Rock County hosted UW Extension & UW Colleges Chancellor Cathy Sandeen and Provost & Vice Chancellor Aaron Brower on November 20.  They spent several hours in Rock County learning about UW Extension programming and its impact from county Extension staff, program partners and elected officials. In Beloit, John Ramstad […]
  • Avian Flu and What it Means to You
    With the first positive case of Avian Flu in Wisconsin reported in Jefferson County by the news it is important to remember that the strain found, H5N2, is not contagious to people.  This appears to be an isolated case and state health officials, industry partners and the USDA have acted quickly to quarantine the flock and isolate then eliminate […]



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