Quoted in Farms to subsidize cost of safe drinking water for those with tainted wells. (Madison.com, 9/8/2016)
5/5/2016 update, " Manure 101: A typical dairy cow produces 148 pounds per day", starts here.
Source of title statistic: University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Source: Kewaunee County Cow Count increases to 98,000. (Green Bay Press-Gazette, 9/12/2015)
Consequently, these headlines should come as no surprise.
As usual Ms. Stepp arrives late to the party. On Monday, DNR Secretary released an editorial to news organizations saying her agency, in addition to the efforts of work groups, is taking steps to address water issues in and around the county.
With so much manure being spread on the landscape, Luft said the results are a sign that manure is the likely source of the tainted wells.
Original 11/15/2015 post, "Dear Kewaunee County, You voted for him, now you're paying the consequences", starts here.
2010 source: US election atlas
2014 source: PoliticoYup, your county is 'open for business'.
Something's in the water in Kewaunee County, Wisconsin. (Aljazeera America, 11/13/2015)
CAFOs in Wisconsin require a permit from the state Department of Natural Resources, which under Gov. Scott Walker’s leadership has appointed a secretary lauded for her “chamber of commerce” approach to natural resources. The current DNR administration has lower enforcement rates than under previous governors, and has faced budget and staff cuts. [emphasis added]
Scott Walker telegraphs that Wisconsin DNR will likely ignore UW, USDA and other findings. (11/14/2015)
September 2015 UPDATE: On June 6, 2014, employees of Michael, Best & Friedrich donated $28,046.81 to Scott Walker and $500 to Mary Burke. (9/17/2015)
Kewaunee County's CAFO concentration. (10/23/2014)