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As of March 20, Spring is officially here. While the majority of snow may have melted in many areas, we hopefully still have spring rains in our midst! Spring rains mean runoff. Livestock yards and pastures depend on runoff to keep the animal and feeding areas dry and comfortable. However, the flow of water over the surface of a lot or pasture can pick up solid particles or dissolved nutrients and increase the risk of water pollution.
While runoff is natural, there are steps we can take to manage the amount and severity. We are especially concerned with runoff over manure-covered surfaces.
As part of a spring checklist: