Information on choosing a nutrient management plan, state nutrient management legislation, preventing manure gas deaths and reducing E. coli infections. Tips on manure applications and managing livestock methane emissions.
When07:00 PM 02/15/2018 - 08:30 PM 04/05/2018
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By the end of 2018, 1 in 5 Pennsylvania farms within the Chesapeake Bay watershed will have been visited by the Chesapeake Bay Agricultural Inspections Program.
Pennsylvania agricultural operations that are designated Concentrated Animal Operations or Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations are required to implement an approved nutrient management plan.
Learn how to calculate the animal density of an agricultural operation to determine if it is a Concentrated Animal Operation (CAO) and thereby required to implement an Act 38 nutrient management plan.
Manure spreader calibration is an essential and valuable nutrient management tool for maximizing the efficient use of available manure nutrients.
Summarizes the nutrient management provisions of Act 38 in Pennsylvania and the regulations that went into effect October 1, 2006.
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