Nebraska Manure Demonstration Day

Nebraska Manure Demonstration Day

The 2014 Manure Demonstration Day was held in Lexington, Nebraska on July 29, 2014. Approximately 275 people attended the event that demonstrated how to utilize manure for proper plant nutrition while still protecting the environment. The event was similar to the North American Manure Expo, but focused on the manure industry in the state of Nebraska rather than nationally. Participants viewed 33 vendors, 16 demonstrations and had opportunities to attend educational sessions to learn more about manure management and handling.

Schedule of Events

Registration opens 8:30 am (available all day)
Free Time - Visit Exhibitors 8:30 am
Educational Sessions (some archived presentations and slides are available - click on the presentation of interest)
Track 1 - Managing What We Can't See in Manure Track 2 - Connecting Manure and Fields  
Intro to Manure Microbiology Soil Health: Why does it matter and how do we measure it? 9:15 am  -  9:30 am
Antimicrobial Resistant Bacteria and the Environment Manure vs. Commercial Fertilizer: Can soil and crops tell the difference? 9:40 am  -  9:55 am
Antimicrobial Resistant Bacteria and Food Safety The Multiple Values of Manure 10:05 am  -  10:20 am
Large Animal Composting Vegetative Treatment Systems: Alternatives in Nebraska 10:30 am  -  10:45 am
Liquid Manure Demonstrations 11:00 am  -  11:45 am
Health Screenings Available 11:00 am  -  2:00 pm

Visit Exhibitors

11:45 am  -  1:15 pm

Luncheon Speakers - Trent Loos and Greg Ibach

12:10 am  -  12:50 pm
Educational Sessions Continued  
Manure Runoff Management for Small Open Lots Volatilization Losses from Sprinkler Applied Nitrogen 1:30 pm  -  1:45 pm
Managing Manure to Avoid Spreading PEDV Strategies for Phosphorus Management on Cropland 1:55 pm  -  2:10 pm
Solid Manure Demonstrations 2:30 pm  -  3:30 pm
Extension Centennial Celebration 3:30 pm  -  4:00 pm
Panel: Connecting Animal and Cropping Systems 4:00 pm  -  4:45 pm

2014 Exhibitors

AgSource Laboratories
Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska
Beju / Krause / MonTag*
Degelman Ind./ Beaver Valley Supply*
Downey Drilling Inc
H & S Mfg. / Beaver Valley Supply*
Irrigation Innovations
J & N Application, LLC
Kuhn Knight of Lexington*
Lagoon Pumping & Dredging, Inc.
MMI International*
Murphy Tractor & Equipment*
Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture
Nebraska Department of Agriculture
Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
Nebraska Farm Service Agency
Nebraska Harvestore Systems
Nelson Irrigation Corporation
Northern Agri-Services, Inc.
Nutrient Advisors LLC
O'Hanlon Seed Inc.
Onken Feedlot*
Orthman Manufacturing
Rief Design & Manufacturing*
Settje Agri-Services & Engineering
Titan Machinery
Tube-Line MFG/By ShowMeShortline & Strobel Marketing*
University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Valent USA
Ward Laboratories, Inc.
West Point Design*
Y-Bar Enterprises, LLC*

*Exhibitor demonstrated their equipment/product.

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