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Tuesday 08/27/13

Assessments Show Conservation Minimizes Sediment, Nutrient Runoff
USDA released a new report Tuesday that shows voluntary conservation efforts have reduced sediment and nutrients loss from farms in the Mississippi River basin.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 2:20PM CDT 08/27/13 by Todd Neeley | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
Todd: This article confirms my notion that farmers will almost always take the conservation path. We love the land and we love our waterways.
Posted by tom vogel at 8:11PM CDT 08/27/13
Right Tom,,, so why do I see all the erosion Gullies on the "big boyz" rental farms???? Real conservative values I take it?
Posted by Jay Mcginnis at 7:40AM CDT 08/31/13
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