Leslie Johnson - Animal Manure Management Extension Educator

Leslie Johnson - Animal Manure Management Extension Educator

2021 Nutrient Management Record Keeping Calendars Now Available!

invitation to order your complementary 2021 manure calendar
The 2021 Nutrient Management Record Keeping Calendars are now available from Nebraska Extension. Tracking manure application rates, part of the calendar’s record keeping tools, is important for getting the maximum crop nutrient value from manure and documenting one’s environmental stewardship.

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Manure Management: Economics, Agronomics, Environment

preview of NDA article
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture has released a new feature article on the manure industry in Nebraska. In the article, which is part one of a two-part series, the author highlights the fact that manure is nature's recycling program.

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Demystifying Poultry Manure: Best management practices for optimizing agronomic value and minimizing environmental risks

chicken
Calling all crop producers who are considering using poultry manure…and rural citizens who want to learn more about poultry manure management!

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Manure Rules not just for Large CAFOs

cover of 2019 nutrient management calendar
Have you ever been overwhelmed by the amount of manure regulations in Nebraska? Or anywhere? This article simplifies basic manure regulations. Manure rules can be hard to remember, but always remember your Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy representative is a great resource. Don’t be afraid to call them if you have questions. And, as always, the UNL manure team is here to help if called upon.

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Manure and Me: 10 Years of Amazing Changes

participation in the shoebox calibration activity
Land Application Training events are coming up in February. Several new hands-on activities will focus on using weather forecasts to minimize manure application odors, considering where to stockpile manure prior to land application, selecting the “best” routes for hauling manure to fields and defining who is responsible for manure under various scenarios.

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