Wisconsin’s largest dairy still expanding

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Despite the struggling dairy economy, work is underway at Wisconsin’s largest dairy to complete the next phase of the operation. When it’s finished, Rosendale Dairy will double in size to 8,000 cows.

Construction is expected to last several more months, and includes the installation of an advance manure treatment system to reduce manure odors and increase manure management ease.

The dairy has faced opposition, but has been working on a number of community relations activities.

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Source: The Northwestern

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Grand Marsh, Wisconsin  |  January, 21, 2013 at 10:36 AM

How many gallons of Bleach,acid and cleaning supplies are used per month at the New Chester Dairy site? This is getting spread in our neighbourhood. I am concerned about our precious drinking water becoming polluted, Thank you

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