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'Informed management' key to conservation

Research involves two Manitowoc County farms

3:46 PM, Mar. 6, 2013
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Researcher Eric Cooley rolled up his sleeves and got out into the field, literally, digging out snow-covered drainage ditches and kicking open dried cow pies to test their resistance to particle loss.

Cooley shared his research experiences as one of four speakers Tuesday at the Manitowoc County Office Complex during a seminar about the University of Wisconsin Discovery Farms project, which involved two Manitowoc County dairy farms.

The seminar provided an update on the results of nearly eight years of on-farm research to determine the amount of sediment, phosphorus and nitrogen runoff ...

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