Iowa DNR watching potential manure overflow after spring flooding

Fox28
April 12, 2019
By Fox28
After a challenging fall farming season because of above-average rainfall, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources is now watching potential manure overflows after spring flooding added to facilities filling up fast.

While the overflow mainly happened during the historic flooding in western Iowa, snow melt in parts of Minnesota and added rainfall here in eastern Iowa has DNR officials on high alert making sure water ways here are safe and farmers are informed about what they can do if they run out of manure storage and fear there could be a potential runoff. | For the full story, CLICK HERE

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