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Composting Animal Manures - NM1478
Composting and utilizing compost are advantageous tools in nutrient management plans that, when managed properly, reduce the potential to pollute and benefit crops.
Located in Landing Pages / Environment & Natural Resources
Beef Feeding Operation Siting and Design Basics - NM1155
One of the most important decisions when planning any livestock facility is site selection. The site for the feedlot operation must not only be suitable for housing, handling and feeding cattle, but also must ensure that surface and ground waters are protected and the impact from odors is minimized. Whether you are planning a new facility or modifying an existing one, the following information may help avoid costly mistakes.
Located in Landing Pages / Livestock
Manure Spreader Calibration For Nutrient Management Planning- NM1418
Livestock manures contain many beneficial and valuable plant nutrients. However, if the manure application equipment is not properly calibrated, these valuable nutrients may be wasted by overapplication or crop yield goals may not be met due to underapplication. This publication explains 2 simple manure spreader calibration techniques.
Located in Landing Pages / Environment & Natural Resources
North Dakota CAFO Operators Record Book - NM1306
By using this record book, North Dakota CAFO operators will meet the recordkeeping requirements of the North Dakota guidelines for AFOs and CAFOs that are not included in a nutrient management or mortality plan.
Located in Landing Pages / Livestock
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