What is Nutrient Management?
- Nutrient Management Basic Brochure
- DATCP Wisconsin Nutrient Management Update
- NRCS Nutrient Management Conservation Practice Standard Code 590
How to take soil samples:
- Soil Testing Basics [PDF]
Contacts for Soil Testing and Nutrient Planning:
Please call Robert Bird @ (920) 386-3660 with any questions regarding Nutrient Management.
When are Nutrient Management Plans Required?
- Anyone in Farmland Preservation Program
- Anyone Installing/Altering Manure Storage Structure
- Expanding operations going thru Livestock Siting Ordinance
- Operations under DNR WPDES permits (CAFO's/more than 1000 Animal Unit)
How often do I have to update my Nutrient Management Plan?
Annually. (Winter) Prior to growing season.
How do I show compliance with the Nutrient Management Requirement? By filling out and submitting a 590 checklist.
Click on the following link to print out the Nutrient Management Checklist to manually fill out and send in: Nutrient Management Plan Checklist OR Click on the following link to fill in the word document and send to us electronically (see email address below): Nutrient Management Plan Checklist Fill In Form.doc
Send a copy of your completed Nutrient Management checklist to: Dodge County Land and Water Conservation Department, 127 East Oak Street, Juneau, WI 53039 or email at firstname.lastname@example.orgWrite your Nutrient Management Plan using free Snap Plus software. SNAP PLUS WEBSITE:
- Nutrient Application Guidelines for Field, Vegetable, and Fruit Crops in WI
Dodge County Land Conservation/DATCP
Producers can receive a one time payment of $40/acre for completing a Nutrient Management Plan. Farmers can get on a waiting list to be funded as monies become available (ask for SEG dollars).
For more info contact John Bohonek or Robert Bird at (920) 386-3660.
USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS), Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) For complete and updated details regarding the above program, please contact NRCS at 920-386-9999 ext. 3.
Call (920) 386-3660 for the most up to date information on Nutrient Management programs.