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ESC-019: TWON: Managing Livestock Holding Pens to Protect Groundwater
210550, 15; 250550, 85;
This publication is an electronic download. Open lots and holding pens for feeding or holding livestock contain animal manure and process-generated wastewater, which contain nitrate and bacteria. These materials can contaminate your well water. This publication identifies potential risks associated with livestock feeding and holding pens and how to address these situations. Go to:
to order printed copies. 5 pages. By Kristine Uhlman, Diane E. Boellstorff, and Mark L. McFarland; TWON
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E-105: Rangeland Watershed Management for Texans: Know Your Plants to Protect Your Watershed
SC-020: TWON: Improving Livestock Manure Storage and Treatment to Protect Groundwater
L-5532: Improving Water Quality with Grassed Waterways
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