“These changes have resulted in the reduction of soil and nutrient runoff from more than 27,763 acres of cropland and livestock production facilities. When including practices implemented since 2011, that number grows to an impressive 86,382 acres.” 140 Farms Reduced Their Nutrient Runoff – just in the past year. How Did They Do It?
- Nutrient Management Plans: 12,311 acres
- Manure Management: 2,255 acres
- Conservation Mulch Tillage: 1,547 Acres
- Cover Crops: 8,590 Acres
- No-Till Planting: 3,060 Acres
Read more in the latest Extension Quarterly Newsletter: