Determining Causes of Deep‐pit Swine Manure Foaming Issues and Potential Mitigation Strategies

Animal Manure Management April 10, 2018 Print Friendly and PDF

Substantial new of information has been learned about the foaming process, its potential causes, and the different methods of addressing it. This presentation was originally broadcast on March 16, 2018. More...

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Deep-Pit Swine Manure Foaming

Chuck Clanton, University of Minnesota (8 minutes)

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What was the research and what did we learn?

Dan Andersen, Iowa State University (20 minutes)

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A microbial lens into the causes of manure pit foaming

Dan Andersen, Iowa State University (10 minutes)

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Summary and Recommendations

Chuck Clanton, University of Minnesota (9 minutes)

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.