If you are a producer with agricultural land in Mississippi, listen up.
Mississippi farmers are coming together, merging efforts to enhance water quality and conservation of the Mississippi River basin. These merging conservation tactics are yielding promising results for the river basin. Studies have reported decreased loss of nutrients from the soil, such as nitrogen, phosphorous and animal manure, which regularly flow into neighboring, downstream waterways.
AgAmerica Lending offers various options for financing agricultural land to better assist Mississippi farmers with the implementation of solid conservation practices. These practices typically include nutrient management, conservation tillage, planting cover crops, wetland restoration, fencing animals out of streams, and tailwater recovery systems.
Not only do these practices benefit and protect neighboring water supplies, but they also work to benefit cropland, keeping soil and nutrients on the land where they belong. Developing a sound water quality monitoring or modeling plan significantly reduces the amount of nitrogen and phosphorous leaving the fields and decreases the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus entering the Gulf of Mexico. Too much nitrogen and phosphorous in the water can lead to serious environmental and human health issues, which directly impacts the economy.
All Mississippi farmers are encouraged to take a proactive step to preserve the basin and enhance the water supply. All producers can do their part to minimize the loss of nutrients and sediment, send cleaner water downstream, and protect the landscape and watershed. It simply requires the conscious fulfillment of an effective conservation strategy and system.
If you are a Mississippi producer with interest in fulfilling a conservation strategy, contact AgAmerica Lending for agricultural financing assistance. Allow us help you implement or improve your current conservation practices on your agricultural land. We offer Mississippi farm loan options to better support the continued success of your agricultural business. Info@AgAmerica.com or 844-516-8176.