Dr. Jim Ladlie, ProfitProAG Crop/Livestock Management Consultant • 507-383-1325 (cell)
When was the last time you heard anyone outside of agriculture praise farmers’ efforts to improve water quality? More likely, you’ve seen headlines that blame farming for water pollution.
Livestock producers, in particular, are in the crosshairs. Even as farmers have adopted more sustainable farming practices to protect water quality and control odor, there’s still a missing link. It revolves around managing microbes to put the right biology into manure.
Here are 10 basics to understand about microbes, manure management and the connection to profitable, sustainable, eco-friendly farming:
To learn more about microbes, manure management, and water quality, let’s start the conversation about how you can put biology back into the system. Contact us at 507-373-2550.