A planned literature review will provide farmers insight on the most effective strategies for applying livestock manure on tile drained agricultural lands.
Research conducted on behalf of the Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative suggests the best place to deal with PED infected manure is in the pit under the barn before it gets to the earthen manure storage.
The Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative suggests the use of portable frac tanks offers potential to dramatically expand the range of manure nutrient applications.
The principle of Agra-Gold Consulting says swine producers can dramatically reduce the costs associated with processing swine manure to remove phosphorus by utilizing two-cell earthen manure storages.
The executive director of the Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative says research planned for this summer will help manure applicators reduce the cost of relocating phosphorus from areas where it is in excess to areas where it is in short supply.
Research set to kick off this summer will help manure applicators optimize the nutrients contained in manure stored in two-cell earthen manure storage lagoons.
Research conducted on behalf of the Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative has identified a host of challenges that would face anyone interested in building a pipeline to move swine manure.
Knowledge gained through research planned by the Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative will help producers, manure applicators and nutrient planners better target the nutrients contained in hog manure to the areas and crops that need them.
Research being conducted by the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute will provide hog producers an indication of the effectiveness of air flotation and belt filter press manure separation technology.