Livestock Pollution Prevention Program (LP3)

The Livestock Pollution Prevention Program (LP3) offer two options for cost share assistance - full containment systems and partial containment systems. The full containment option is geared toward beef feedlots, and dairy, hog and larger cow/calf operations. The partial containment option addresses most cow/calf operations. Cost share can cover up to 60 percent of eligible expenses.

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Maximum: $175,000

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North Dakota Department of Agriculture

We believe a strong agricultural economy is vital to the long-term well-being of North Dakota, our country and the world.
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Business Stage
Existing Business, New Business
Jason Wirtz
(701) 220-1628

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