Grasslands cover a large area of the world’s surface, and overgrazing can contribute to runoff. But with new technology, cattle farmers use fences to improve water management on the farm and water quality in nearby streams. Hear what College of Agriculture and Life Sciences animal scientist Dr. Matt Poore had to say on the topic at the college’s recent Stewards of the Future: Water for a Growing World conference.
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