Program

TOUR DAY - Tuesday July 8, 2014

8 a.m.

Registration and load buses at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds

8:30 a.m. Buses leave Ozark Empire Fairgrounds
9:30 a.m. Manure Storage Agitation Demo – Chapman Dairy ­
Featuring:
1. Pasture-based dairy
2. Concrete tank agitation
3. Lagoon agitation

11:45 a.m. Load buses and travel to Wastewater treatment and bio solids operation (Box lunches on the bus)

12:45 p.m. Wastewater treatment and biosolids operation
Featuring:

1. Anaerobic digestion
2. Nutrient management plan
3. Field mapping

2:45 p.m. Load buses to travel back to the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds

3 p.m. Tradeshow Opens – Indoor and outdoor exhibitor

4:30-6 p.m. Tour Day/Exhibitors Dinner
Served in the E-Plex West Hall (Indoor exhibitor area)

5:30-7:30 p.m.

Puck Pump School in the Center Hall

7 p.m. Tradeshow close

8 p.m. Buildings close

 

NORTH AMERICAN MANURE EXPO
Wednesday July 9, 2014

7:30 a.m.

Registration and load buses at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds

8 a.m. Tradeshow Opens

7:30-9 a.m. Buses leave Ozark Empire Fairgrounds to Field Demonstration site (buses will be leaving approximately every 20 minutes)
8:30 a.m. Solid Field Demonstrations

9:45 a.m. Liquid Field Demonstrations

10 a.m. Buses will start returning to the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds (approximately every 20 minutes)


11:00 a.m. Field Demonstrations complete
11-1:00 p.m. Tradeshow and Lunch

1-2:00 p.m.
Center Hall
Sessions 1 – Managing Manure as Fertilizer
  • Soil sampling equipment, techniques and interpretation – Hailin Zhang, OSU
  • Comparing manure nutrient availability calculations – John Lory, MU 

    Sessions 2 – Application Equipment and Operation
  • Tire inflation and soil compaction – Randy Taylor, OSU
  • Field work days – Probability of completing in spreading window and equipment sizing – Joe Zulovich, MU

    Sessions 3 – Manure Value and Optimization
  • Litter marketing and brokering – Josh Payne, OSU or HL Goodwin, UA
  • Value of manure and feed-manure value optimization – Ray Massey, MU

    Session 4 – Environmental Protection
  • Current NRCS nutrient management policy and its role in sustainable manure utilization – Glenn Davis, NRCS
  • Nutrient loss reduction strategy and initiatives to reduce water pollution – Robert Broz, MU

    Session 5 – New Methods of Liquid and Solid Manure Application
  • Agronomics of subsurface application of dry poultry litter – Dan Pote, ARS
  • Manure application with irrigation equipment – Chris Henry, UA
2:30 p.m. Break – Tradeshow West Hall and outdoor area

3-4:00 p.m.
Center Hall
Sessions 1 – Managing Manure as Fertilizer
  • Soil sampling equipment, techniques and interpretation – Hailin Zhang, OSU
  • Nutrient removal and cropping systems for manure management – John Lory, MU

    Sessions 2 – Application Equipment and Operation
  • Tire inflation and soil compaction – Randy Taylor, OSU
  • Field work days – Probability of completing in spreading window and equipment sizing – Joe Zulovich, MU

    Sessions 3 – Manure Value and Optimization
  • Litter marketing and brokering – Josh Payne, OSU or HL Goodwin, UA
  • Value of manure and feed-manure value optimization – Ray Massey, MU

    Session 4 – Environmental Protection
  • NRCS nutrient policy and standards – Glenn Davis, NRCS
  • Nutrient loss reduction strategy and initiatives to reduce water pollution – Robert Broz, MU
4:30 p.m. Manure gas and safety – Penn State Trailer, Robb Meinen, Penn State

5 p.m. Manure spill response and safety – Kevin Erb, Wisconsin

Tradeshow Closes
 

Admission is FREE but preregistration is required

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