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Manure

See what farms are using for nutrient management, from anaerobic digesters and storage to field application and emissions.

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As more and more is learned about nutrient application and soil conservation, three innovative Wisconsin farmers have changed how they apply manure.

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Court interpretations of environmental laws, combined with increased financial risks related to the environment, are converging to create a new reality: Manure is manure until it pollutes, and environmental insurance protects dairy farms against liability until it doesn’t.

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Farmers need to assume climate change will cause changes in weather patterns and that it will require them to make changes.

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Dairy farmers are often advised by researchers that doing things in a given manner causes a specific result. Whether it’s tilling the soil, feeding the cattle or managing the manure, the way in which things are done can have positive or negative impacts on the surrounding environment.

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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, are growing in popularity month by month. From general consumer interest to industrial applications, this technology is finding its way into our society and ways of doing business.

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Management of manure is growing in importance for dairymen given a variety of issues that range from the inherent desire to protect the environment to the need to ensure profitability.

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