Here’s how to maximize use of nutrients found in manure.
Manure is not only a byproduct for livestock producers, it is also a valuable commodity. As the season begins, producers must keep in mind regulations and application.
Making your own compost is one way to keep its cost down, but it still takes time and management to make high-quality compost
Manure management is not waste management. We can no longer treat manure as a waste product—it’s a highly valuable resource.
Establishing a management plan minimizes hazards while enhancing crop value
As dairy farms have increased in size, a higher proportion of livestock manure is stored in pits or lagoons. This has the advantage of allowing …
Anaerobic digesters are an important part of manure management
The regulation of manure application in the Northeast is highly variable. In Vermont, producers are prohibited from field application during the winter months, setbacks are …
Composting for fun and profit
Jaylor introduces its new line of manure spreaders. The model lineup consists of four sizes. The first model to be introduced will be the M1670 which …