Lesson 2. Whole Farm Nutrient Planning

Animal Manure Management February 14, 2011 Print Friendly and PDF


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View Lesson 2(PDF file). Individual sections can be accessed below.

Intended Outcomes

Participants will:

  • Recognize the importance of balancing nutrient inputs and managed outputs for a livestock operation.
  • Identify potential indicators of a "whole farm" nutrient imbalance within the producer's own operation.
  • Be aware of fundamental strategies for addressing a whole farm nutrient imbalance.

Contents

Activities

The participants will complete

  • Environmental Stewardship Assessment: Indicators of a possible imbalance that may exist on your farm.
  • Regulatory Compliance Assessment: Regulatory compliance issues related to nutrient management that may be applicable to your livestock or poultry operation.
  • Estimating a whole farm nutrient balance.

Author: Rick Koelsch

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