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Manure restrictions kick in early for farmers

Winter's early arrival in the Door Peninsula means that manure curtailments are taking effect sooner than many farmers would like. The Director of Conservation Professional Training with UW Extension Kevin Erb says it is important to cooperate with local governments to find the best possible solutions.

 


Some options include limited manure spraying on low-risk fields in respect to runoff or teaming up with other farms in the area with excess storage capacity where the manure can stay until spring and the planting season.

 

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