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Healthy Streams for Healthy Herds

1000 662 Stroud Water Research Center

When farmers improve the health of streams on their land, it also improves the health of their herds.

Farm-lovers gather round, this one’s for you.

Manure and fertilizer runoff from farms is a significant source of water pollution. But did you know that runoff can harm the health of the herd, too?

Stroud Water Research Center’s Lamonte Garber, speaks about ways farmers can help keep animals healthy and reduce water pollution at the same time

Podcast content courtesy of CurrentCast.org. See the full post on their website.

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