Reducing Bacteria with Best Management Practices for Livestock: Access Control
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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Producers and the environment can benefit from the exclusion of livestock, people, and vehicles from restricted or environmentally sensitive areas. This publication lists the advantages, estimated costs, lifespan, and cost-share programs for producers who adopt this practice. (2 Pages)
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