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March 16, 2016
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FDA seeks manure assistance

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants input from stakeholders as it develops the framework for a risk assessment on the use of raw manure and other biological soil amendments of animal origin as fertilizer on produce farms. >> Read full article

MD manure missing

Where has all the manure gone? The vast majority of Maryland's farms aren't overflowing with Chesapeake Bay-killing phosphorus, according to initial results of the first field-level surveys ever conducted. >> Read full article

Structure keeps manure run-off in check

Tim Krapfl, owner of Krapfl Ag Commodities in Petersburg, Ia, knows all about weather, from frosty winters to scorching summers. And, like all cattlemen, he also knows about manure. >> Read full article

 Featured News 
Doubly renewable

Doubly renewable

Like most areas of California, Tulare County – located in the world-renowned San Joaquin Valley – is pulled in many directions recreationally, socially and environmentally. Air pollution in the valley has publicly been called “some of the country’s worst” by the California Energy Commission (CEC). Within Tulare, which is inland roughly halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, there are six large-scale cheese and dairy producers that need lots of power and inherently produce waste. And, like most of California, Tulare is packed with people; people who generally expect effective environmental protection and progressive thinking. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

Large Dairy Herd Management Conference

May 1-4, 2016
Location: Hilton Oakbrook Hills Resort & Conference Center, Oakbrook, Ill. >> More Info

2016 North American Manure Expo

August 3-4, 2016
Location: London, Ohio >> More Info