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Composting dead swine (2016)
(University of Missouri, Office of Extension, 2016)
The Missouri Dead Animal Law requires that an animal carcass be properly disposed of within 24 hours of death. Missouri has five acceptable methods of carcass disposal: rendering, composting, landfilling, incineration and burial. This publication...
Composting dead swine (1996)
(University of Missouri Extension, 1996)
The Missouri Dead Animal Law requires that a dead animal carcass be properly disposed of within 24 hours. In Missouri there are five acceptable methods of carcass disposal. They are: rendering, composting, landfilling, incineration and burial...
Composting dead swine (2018)
(University of Missouri--Columbia, Extension Division, 2018)
disposal. The information presented here can help swine farmers correctly design and consistently operate these facilities. For information on the other carcass disposal methods, refer to MU Extension publication WQ216, Dead Animal Disposal Laws in Missouri....
Publications, University of Missouri Extension, 1997-01
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1997)
A multi-configuration evaluation of the soil and water assessment tool (SWAT) in a mixed land use watershed in the central U.S.A.
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
Distributed watershed hydrologic/water quality (H/WQ) models are ubiquitous tools for watershed management. Despite advancements, there remain impediments for end-users. This study presents a practical framework for use of the soil and water...
Direct contact heat exchanger development
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR.] The purpose of this work was to develop tools that guide the design of a direct contact heat exchanger for small-scale commercial and/or residential HVAC applications...