Recordkeeping System for Crop Production (E2342)
Topics covered in this bulletin include Pesticide application, Nutrient application, Manure application, Animal burial and composting, Irrigation, Employee training
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Why keep production records?
Keeping records meets the requirements of various state and federal regulations.
Complete and accurate records help demonstrate your protection of soil, water and other environmental resources. Records will help you analyze the performance of your farm’s cropping system.
Records may provide liability protection in the event of a complaint or lawsuit concerning your farming operation.
Complete records demonstrate conformance with Michigan Right-to-Farm guidelines and are needed for Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP) system verification.