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These downloadable sheets and social media posts are meant to help individuals learn about the Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Community.
Fact Sheets and Social Media Posts
The LPELC is a learning network that strives to bring together all types of expertise; all the way from research and technical knowledge to application of science on the farm.
The website contains educational curricula, tools for farmers, regulations, and more, across 10+ topic areas. It has monthly and archived webinars, waste to worth conference proceedings. You can also get all of your manure questions answered by experts across the country.
LPELC offers a free monthly webinar on a variety of issues related to animal manure management. Missed a webinar or want to watch past topic? You can find the archived webinars on our website too.
The Merits of Manure Content Library was created to provide educators and advisors with access to recommended resources that will assist them in their discussion of manure’s benefits and challenges.
Waste to Worth (W2W) is a biennial conference that brings together the nations best science on animal agriculture and the environment. Find sessions about many different topics including air quality, manure management, environmental impacts, and more!
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This webinar provides three perspectives from three different regions of the U.S. relative to the opportunities, challenges, and lessons learned for transferring manure from animal feeding businesses to agronomic uses. This presentation was originally broadcast on December 11, 2020. Continue reading “Successful Strategies for Transferring Manure”
Would you rather watch someone give a presentation or do something that gets you involved, maybe making decisions that you can relate back to your own farm? This presentation was originally broadcast on March 20, 2020. More… Continue reading “Manure Innovation: Teaching Styles and Marketing Programs”
The audience will learn about different beef production systems and their performance outcomes. Participants will have the opportunity to expound upon the information shared, inquire with panelists, and actively participate in beef marketing improvements.
Dr. Megan Webb, Assistant Professor and Beef Production Systems Extension Specialist, University of Minnesota
Ms. Karin Schaefer, Executive Director, Minnesota Beef Council
Ms. June Dunn, Field Specialist, Greater Omaha Packing Company
Dr. Alan Rotz, Agricultural Engineer, USDA-ARS Pasture Systems and Watershed Management
Dr. Garrett Steede, Teaching Assistant Professor, Ag. Education, Communication and Marketing, University of Minnesota
Mr. Jerry Wulf, Partner at Wulf Cattle Company
Megan Webb, University of Minnesota, firstname.lastname@example.org
The authors are solely responsible for the content of these proceedings. The technical information does not necessarily reflect the official position of the sponsoring agencies or institutions represented by planning committee members, and inclusion and distribution herein does not constitute an endorsement of views expressed by the same. Printed materials included herein are not refereed publications. Citations should appear as follows. EXAMPLE: Authors. 2019. Title of presentation. Waste to Worth. Minneapolis, MN. April 22-26, 2019. URL of this page. Accessed on: today’s date.