LAND MANAGEMENT NEWS
Ag's Great Affluenza - 6
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Mon May 19, 2014 11:38 AM CDT

Editor's Note: Our Ag Affluenza series has been looking at the windfall farmers and the ag industry received, and what's been done with those gains, following the commodity price boom. In two accompanying stories, DTN Staff Reporter Todd Neeley looks at the consequences of that boom. In this story he examines erosion rates. Find other pieces in this series at http://www.dtn.com/…


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