"A county like Lancaster County, which is our biggest agricultural count, has almost half a million people. And those people are living amongst the farmers; there's a lot of animals. And we want to make sure that we don't put too many nutrients--whether it be manure or fertilizer runoff--into the water supply and things like that. So those issues are addressed in the Farm Bill as well." -Penn State Agricultural Economist, James Dunn.
Pennsylvania Producers Informing the Farm Bill Conservation Title.