Will Lancaster County farmers be banned from spreading manure in winter?

Lancaster Online
July 07, 2018
By Lancaster Online
Will Lancaster County farmers be banned from spreading manure in winter?
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A ban on Lancaster County farmers spreading manure during winter months is one of the measures the federal government is urging in a new forceful letter to Pennsylvania over lagging results in cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it expects the state to forbid such manure applications on bare fields in winter when runoff is most likely.

"That would be a hardship on many of the farms" if it becomes reality, said Christopher Thompson, manager of the Lancaster County Conservation District. | For the full story, CLICK HERE

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