Category Archives: Nutrient Management

Grazing, does it work for you?

If you are a farmer who is looking for a management grazing plan that decreases erosion and runoff, provides a healthy living habitat for plants, reduces livestock feed costs to you and betters the health and performance of your animals, … Continue reading

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The 101 about the Environmental Quality Incentives Program

Farmers are stewards of the land. Sometimes the stewards of the land need financial help to keep up with implementation of conservation practices. That is where the Environment Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) comes into play. EQIP is a volunteer conservation … Continue reading

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What to do when Runoff Happens

From heavy rains in the south to May snowfall in the north, Wisconsin’s weather has been very unpredictable lately. This spring’s irregular weather underscores why it’s important to pay attention to the weather when planning manure applications.  Making the right … Continue reading

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