Housing and Space Guidelines for Livestock
As New Hampshire becomes more urban, the potential for conflict between the farming and non-farming communities increases. By using best management practices*, farmers can greatly reduce or eliminate
problems of odor and fly control, pesticide drift, contamination of surface and ground waters, and damage
to neighboring crops. With best management practices in place, farming activities are compatible with
other land uses in urban environments.
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Creator: David C. Seavey, John Porter, revised by Dot Perkins