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Manure

See what farms are using for nutrient management, from anaerobic digesters and storage to field application and emissions.

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Manure contains essential nutrients for forage crop growth. How and when it is applied will impact its use by alfalfa, grass and corn silage crops.

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Regardless of farm size or operation type, manure (or nutrient) management is something every dairy producer must be familiar with. Not giving this area due consideration and planning can have detrimental effects.

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The past two years have seen a surge in new digester construction, predominantly for production of renewable natural gas (RNG) sold into the California vehicle fuel market.

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In recent years, dairy farmers have shown an increased ability to enhance farm revenue by installing anaerobic digesters.

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Manure is not a liability; it’s an asset. As livestock and cash grain margins narrow for the foreseeable future, producers should start viewing manure with the rose-colored glasses it deserves.

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The changing landscape of manure management is a change in mindset from manure being animal waste to a high-value contributor to the bottom line of the farm.

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