This farmer is using woodchips as part of his water quality conservation practice

It may look like Illinois farmer, Cody Hunt just dumped some woodchips on the edge of his field, but it is actually part of his conservation strategy.

The Illinois Farm Bureau gives us a recap of their recent field day.

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