Best Management Practices: A Manure Nutrient Management Program



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Manure and Animal Waste Management:: Animal agriculture is a large segment of the economy in Oklahoma. The huge quantities of manure generated by animal feeding operations (AFO's) can be an economical source of plant nutrients and a valuable soil amendment to Improve Soil Quality and Maintain Soil pH. Thus, manure can be a valuable asset to a livestock production operation if its nutrients and organic matter are recycled through land application properly. Manure may cause surfac

Manure and Animal Waste Management:: Animal agriculture is a large segment of the economy in Oklahoma. The huge quantities of manure generated by animal feeding operations (AFO's) can be an economical source of plant nutrients and a valuable soil amendment to Improve Soil Quality and Maintain Soil pH. Thus, manure can be a valuable asset to a livestock production operation if its nutrients and organic matter are recycled through land application properly.

Iowa Manure Management Action Group - IMMAG:: IMMAG provides information on the coordinated effort to improve manure management in the state. Includes detailed information on local and federal regulations, and related publications.

Management Practices Can Influence Predation:: Discussion of sheep management practices to prevent losses due to predators.

Soil and Nutrient Management of Alfalfa:: Alfalfa has a high demand for nutrients compared to other crops. Information on testing soils, recommended nutrient levels and subsequent management.

Nutrient Management Institute, Netherlands:: The research projects are primarily aimed at development of new knowledge and methods concerning the improvement of nutrient management in agriculture.

UMD Agricultural Nutrient Management:: Farmers and scientists can learn about nutrient contamination of the Chesapeake Bay and ways to prevent it by using best management practices.

Nova Scotia Nutrient Management Manual:: Covers topics including basic soil fertility concepts, macronutrients, testing for nutrients, manure as a nutrient source, commercial fertilizers, legumes and developing a NM Plan.

Tillage Best Management Practices for Water Quality Protection in Southeastern Minnesota:: Article provided by the University of Minnesota extension covering tillage, erosion control and research findings.

Nutrient Management for Commercial Fruit & Vegetable Crops in Minnesota:: Provides guidelines for economically and environmentally sound use of fertilizers in commercial fruit and vegetable production. From the University of Minnesota.

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