SD study helps set guidelines for winter manure applications

by Tri-State Neighbor | Mar 2017

March 17, 2017, Sioux Falls, SD – It’s generally not recommended to spread manure on frozen, snow-covered fields, but there are certain guidelines producers should follow when storage pits are reaching capacity and applying manure in the winter is necessary.

A recent study by a South Dakota State University graduate student looked at different methods of applying solid manure in winter months and their effects on water quality. READ MORE

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