Louisiana Agriculture Magazine -- Ernest Girouard

Ernest Girouard  |  8/17/2010 8:56:14 PM

Larry Miller at his dairy with a 2-day-old Holstein calf. (Photo by Holly Martein)

Animal waste management has always been a concern for agricultural producers. In Louisiana, a group of environmentally con­cerned farmers has taken waste management matters into their own hands. As certified Mas­ter Farmers, these farmers have worked with conservation professionals to develop whole- farm conservation plans to ensure what happens on the farm stays on the farm.

To read more about Master Farmers Address Animal Waste: What Happens on the Farm Stays on the Farm, click here.
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