Develop water sources (well, pond and/or connection to a public water supply) for livestock watering.
Grazing management is used in pastureland where non-woody, permanent vegetative cover is established. These practices are designed to promote economically and environmentally sound agricultural land management on pastureland by demonstrating the best use of soil and water resources through the use of rotational grazing. The result is the reduction or prevention of soil erosion and water quality protection.
The following state cost-share practices are designed to address this concern:
Details for each individual practice are available in the eligible practices chapter of the districts' Cost Share Handbook.