Ag Water Exchange is a forum for thoughtful exchange of ideas and information on water quality and agricultural management practices. Please join our community and contribute to the greater advancement water quality knowledge and modern agriculture management practices.
UW Discovery Farms has published a new report titled, Lessons Learned from Bragger Family Dairy: How farm management influences water quality in a challenging, diverse landscape. How do farm fields impact nearby streams? How do... Read More
We’ve known for many years that soil organic matter (SOM) is important for production agriculture. When soils were tilled initially, the soil organic matter concentration decreased fairly rapidly supplying nutrients essential for crop production. Some... Read More
Surface runoff is a natural process and occurs from rain or snowmelt that flows over the land surface and moves into surface water bodies. This runoff water has the potential to pick up and transport... Read More
It’s January, and we’ve already seen a variety of winter conditions. In all reality, we still have 2 months left of this mystery tour. We’ve seen snow, freezing cold temps, melting, runoff, ice, rain, fog... Read More
The Discovery Farms Programs of Wisconsin and Minnesota are excited to announce the launch of an online, farmer-only discussion forum. This discussion forum, known as The WaterWay Network, is a password protected, online platform for... Read More
Registration is now open for two nutrient management conferences to be held in February. These events, hosted by a team including the Minnesota Agricultural Water Resource Center (MAWRC), the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota... Read More
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