Managing Manure on Small Farms Webcast

Animal Manure Management August 29, 2011 Print Friendly and PDF


What is a small farm and why should we be concerned about nutrient management on small-scale operations? This webcast presentation will also include a tour of electronically available resources for small farm nutrient management and what goes into developing a nutrient management plan for small farms. The presenters are: Chris Henry, University of Nebraska; Mark Rice, North Carolina State University; Mike Westendorf, Rutgers University; and Fred Kelly, USDA NRCS. This presentation was originally broadcast on June 20, 2008. More...

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What is a small farm?

Chris Henry (14 minutes)

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Nutrient Management Plans for Small Farms

Mike Westendorf and Fred Kelly (25 minutes)
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Nutrient Management Plans for Small Farms - Two Examples

Mike Westendorf and Fred Kelly (9 minutes)
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Resources for Small Farms

Mark Rice (11 minutes)

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Question and Answer

All Presenters (10 minutes)

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