"Includes detailed information about water intake and water quality for dairy cattle. Also includes a detailed list of testing options for water quality."
"The simplest definition of a weed is a plant that grows where it is not wanted. Creeping bentgrass, a turfgrass used on golf courses, is often considered a weed because it is unwanted in Kentucky bluegrass lawns. Weeds are undesirable because they disrupt turf uniformity and compete with desirable grass species for moisture, light, and nutrients. Some weeds are harmful to people because they attract bees, cause skin irritation, or cause poisoning if ingested."
"During the fall 1999 West Nile virus outbreak, 25 horses were diagnosed with encephalitis, and nine of those died or were euthanized. This two-page fact sheet describes how West Nile encephalitis is transmitted in horses, identifies symptoms, and provides treatment and mosquito control recommendations. Essential for horse owners in the Northeast."
"Properly developed and implemented nutrient management plans can provide protection to the producer from civil penalties and actions. It also sends a positive message to the public about how serious the dairy industry is in following sound environmental practices. "
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