Costs of Slurry Manure Application and Transport

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Manure Value and Economics

Livestock such as dairy and swine often have slurry type manure. The manure is liquid but does not flow easily. It is either stored directly below the animal pens, or scraped or pumped periodically into a holding pen outside of the building.…

Capturing Valuable Nutrients from Manure: Part 3

This webcast is the last in a series of 3 webcasts that provide information on: the need to capture nutrients for recycling off-farm, global phosphorus supplies, and technologies that are being used on-farm to capture nitrogen and phosphorus from manure. This presentation was originally broadcast on January 17, 2014.…

Capturing Valuable Nutrients from Manure: Part 2

This webcast is the second in a series of 3 webcasts that provide information on: the need to capture nutrients for recycling off-farm, global phosphorus supplies, and technologies that are being used on-farm to capture nitrogen and phosphorus from manure. This presentation was originally broadcast on December 13, 2013.…

Capturing Valuable Nutrients from Manure: Part 1

This webcast is the first in a series of 3 webcasts that will provide information on: the need to capture nutrients for recycling off-farm, global phosphorus supplies, and technologies that are being used on-farm to capture nitrogen and phosphorus from manure. This presentation was originally broadcast on November 15, 2013.…

Utilizing Liquid Livestock Manure as a Top-dress to Wheat and Side-dress to Corn

This webcast discusses five years of on-farm research plots where liquid swine and dairy manure has been applied to soft red winter wheat fields and compared to urea as a spring top-dress nitrogen source. Research plots have utilized a Veenhuizen toolbar and a Peecon toolbar to incorporate liquid manure into standing wheat and more recently a dragline has been utilized to make manure application more efficient and reduce soil compaction.…