Partners protecting the soil

Klein Farms & Holding, working with manager David Oborny in northern Marion County, put in 32.4 acres of grass waterways, 70,787 feet of gradient terraces and 880 feet of diversion terraces.
Klein Farms & Holding, working with manager David Oborny in northern Marion County, put in 32.4 acres of grass waterways, 70,787 feet of gradient terraces and 880 feet of diversion terraces.
Klein Farms & Hold?ings, LLC, is a 2015 Banker Award winner for soil conservation in the Marion County Conser?vation District on land farmed by David Oborny in the northern part of the county.

They protected against soil eroding from fields with 32.4 acres of grass waterways, 70,787 feet of gradient terraces and 880 feet of diversion terraces.

They also have planted 31.2 acres of grass through the Conservation Reserve Program and one stock water pond.

Operators such as Oborny keep the owners informed of potential erosion problems.

Their farm operators are charged to keep the company informed of potential erosion problems, and help encourage them to spend the time and money in keep the land in good condition.