National Feed Management Education Project

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The National Feed Management Education Project was started in 2005 with the goal to increase the understanding of agricultural professionals about the area of Feed Management, with an emphasis on Environmental and Financial Sustainability of Livestock and Poultry Operations. The education project has been funded by the USDA- Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Conservation Innovation grant program.

A primary outcome of the project has been a process for the implementation of the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Feed Management 592 Practice Standard for beef, dairy, poultry, and swine. The primary audiences for the education program are:

  1. Animal Nutritionists,
  2. NRCS staff
  3. Conservation District staff
  4. private nutrient management planners

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