Nutrient Concentrations in Manure Storage Facilities
The objective of this fact sheet is to help producers understand the nutrient loss and retention characteristics of different types of manure storage. The concentration of nutrients in manure storage facilities is important for planning land application activities. Nutrient concentration is usually the critical factor in determining the amount of manure to be spread per acre of land. Manure systems similar in type and management may have characteristically similar concentrations of manure nutrients.
Harrison, John and Smith, Dallen, "Nutrient Concentrations in Manure Storage Facilities" (2004). All Current Publications. Paper 398.
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