2175 Small Farm Nutrient Management Primer: For Un-permitted Animal Feeding Operations | UGA Cooperative Extension

Producers need to be aware of the impacts that manure can have on water and air quality. However, management of manure and other byproducts of livestock and poultry production has important impacts on farm profitability, neighbor relations and protecting soil and water quality. This publication covers: Farm and Homestead Maps; Manure Storage and Treatment; Nutrient Budgeting with Nitrogen and Phosphorus; Land Application of Manure and Fertilizers; Grazing Land; Pesticide and Chemical Management for Water Quality; Mortality Management; Record Keeping; Coexisting with Neighbors; Emergency Action Plans; and other resources.


Status and Revision History
Published on Sep 07, 2006
Published on Feb 23, 2009
Published on May 14, 2009
Published with Full Review on Feb 16, 2012
Published with Full Review on Feb 17, 2015

Faculty
L. Mark Risse Professor and Director, Crop & Soil Sciences Thomas M. Bass Public Service Representative, Biological & Agricultural Engineering
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