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  • Anaerobic lagoons for storage/treatment of livestock manure (2000) 

    Pfost, Donald L.; Fulhage, Charles Duane; Rastorfer, David (University of Missouri Extension, 2000)
    Many livestock producers with confinement operations handle their animal waste as a liquid because of the laborsaving advantages. Anaerobic lagoons are an integral part of many liquid-handling systems. Lagoons are pondlike ...
  • Calibration of lagoon irrigating equipment (2000) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 2000)
    A properly calibrated irrigation system can be an efficient and uniform method for land application of liquid nutrients.
  • Crystallization in lagoon effluent recycle lines (2003) 

    Fulhage, Charles (University of Missouri Extension, 2003)
    Hydraulic collection and transport is a preferred method of handling livestock manure for many producers. Hydraulic methods tend to reduce labor and equipment requirements and take advantage of gravity in the movement of ...
  • Earthen pits (basins) for liquid livestock manure (2000) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane; Pfost, Donald L.; Rastorfer, David (University of Missouri Extension, 2000)
    Storage structures for slurry (liquid) livestock manure range from low-cost earthen basins and moderate-cost concrete pits and tanks to higher-cost, glasslined steel tanks. This publication deals with earthen pits, with ...
  • Fertilizer nutrients in livestock and poultry manure (2002) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane; Pfost, Donald L.; Schuster, Donald L. (University of Missouri Extension, 2002)
    To keep the addition of nutrients from manure and fertilizer in balance with the nutrient removal by crops requires a record-keeping system that includes soil tests, laboratory analysis of the manure nutrient content, ...
  • Laboratory analysis of manure (2000) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 2000)
    To make efficient use of fertilizer nutrients in manure, nutrient levels must be determined by laboratory analysis. This publication outlines methods for obtaining and interpreting laboratory analyses of manure
  • Land application considerations for animal manure (2000) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 2000)
    Manure should always be spread or irrigated uniformly on fields with consideration given to the proper application rate. Nutrient losses, pollution potential and odor are reduced if manure is incorporated into the soil as ...
  • Land application equipment for livestock and poultry manure management (2001) 

    Pfost, Donald L.; Fulhage, Charles Duane; Alber, Otto (University of Missouri Extension, 2001)
    Land application is the most desirable method for making use of the nutrients and organic matter in animal manure. The value of the manure is usually maximized if it can be substituted for the purchase of commercial fertilizer.
  • Reduce environmental problems with proper land application of animal manure (2000) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 2000)
    Livestock or poultry production enterprises should have a comprehensive manure nutrient management plan to take advantage of the animal manure benefits. A plan is also important in reducing the risk of environmental problems ...
  • Separation distances for livestock manure management systems (2000) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 2000)
    The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) has established required and recommended guidelines for separation distances for livestock manure management systems. These separation distances apply to both manure ...
  • Septic tank/absorption field systems : a homeowner's guide to installation and maintenance (2001) 

    Schultheis, Robert A. (University of Missouri Extension, 2001)
    A septic tank/absorption field is the most common onsite sewage treatment system in use in Missouri. Nearly 30 percent of all housing units in Missouri use onsite wastewater treatment systems and most of these are septic ...
  • Sizing soil-plant filters for conservative manure management (2002) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane; Pfost, Donald L.; Schuster, Donald L. (University of Missouri Extension, 2002)
    Approval of an animal manure management system by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) requires that sufficient land be available to receive the generated manure. If you do not own suitable land, a legally ...
  • Storage tanks for liquid livestock manure (2002) 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane; Pfost, Donald L.; Feistner, John (University of Missouri Extension, 2002)
    Storage structures for liquid livestock manure range from low-cost earthen basins and moderate-cost concrete tanks to higher-cost, glass-lined steel tanks.