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Farms to get runoff assistance

State grants to help control manure, silo juices

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Four Montgomery County farms will share $798,739 in state grants to improve their soil and water conservation practices, and help keep runoff from their farms out of nearby streams. The four farms are among 200 across the state that received grants. One of the farms has been operated by the Subik family since 1945 in the town of Mohawk. The Subik farm is a dairy operation with 380 cows and calves, and 160 to 170 ...


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