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Water Quality

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Irrigation Water QualityThroughout the years, salinity has become a growing concern across the Texas High Plains. Understanding why water has a high salt content, and knowing how to manage salinity in irrigation is important for producers. 

Irrigation Water Quality Publication 
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Livestock Water Quality

Good water quality and adequate supply are essential to the health and proper growth of animals. Some of the most common water quality issues facing cattle and poultry production include high concentrations of minerals and salts, nitrogen, bacterial contamination, and algal growth.

Water Quality Guide for Livestock and Poultry 


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Consumer Water Quality Reports

Each year city water utilities publish water quality reports explaining components of the local water source. Learn more about your drinking water. 

Local Drinking Water Information

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