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Chapter 3: Waste Management Plans

Waste Management Plans

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Eight Components of an Animal Waste Management Plan

Waste Management Plans Odor Control:

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Waste Management Plans Insect Control:

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Waste Management Plans Animal Mortality:

Waste Management Plans Animal Mortality:

Waste Management Plans Waste and Soil Sampling:

Waste Management Plans Record Keeping:

Waste Management Plans Waste Application Rates:

Waste Utilization Plans

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Components of a Waste Utilization Plan

Components of a Waste Utilization Plan Source:

Components of a Waste Utilization Plan Amount:

Components of a Waste Utilization Plan Placement:

Components of a Waste Utilization Plan Timing:

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Components of a Waste Utilization Plan Best Management Practices:

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Sources How Much Manure Is Produced Annually?

Average Animal Waste Generation Values for Swine

Average Animal Waste Generation Values for Poultry and Cattle

Example

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Sources What Nutrient Content and Fertilizer Value Can You Expect from Your Waste?

Sources Nutrient Composition of Swine Manure:

Sources Nutrient Composition of Poultry Manure:

Sources Nutrient Composition of Dairy Manure:

Sources First-Year Availability Factors for Swine Manure:

Sources First-Year Availability Factors for Poultry Manure:

Sources First-Year Availability Factors for Dairy Manure:

What Do I Need to Know About Crops and Amounts?

Amount Agronomic Rate:

Amount Priority Nutrient:

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Amount Crop Selection:

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Amount Crop Nutrient Requirement:

Amount Realistic Yields:

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Amount Nitrogen Fertilization Guidelines:

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Amount Maximum Uptake Period:

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What Do I Need to Know About Placement?

Placement

Placement Method of Application:

What Do I Need to Know About Timing?

Timing

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Best Management Practices

BMPs? Erosion is the number one source of nonpoint source pollution in North Carolina.

BMPs Erosion Control - contour planting.

BMPs Erosion Control - no-till cultivation.

BMPs Erosion Control - strip cropping.

BMPs Stream Bank Management

BMPs? Animal with access to surface water can be a direct source of pollution.

BMPs? Spray irrigation on barren land does not allow for crop uptake of nutrients.

BMPs Runoff Control - field borders can reduce surface movement of nutrients into nonagricultural land.

BMPs Runoff Control - grassed waterways can reduce nutrient movement to ditches, streams, and rivers.

BMPs Runoff Control - buffer between field edges and ditches can reduce nutrient movement off site.

BMPs Crop Management - crop harvest removes nutrients from field and reduces accumulation of nutrients in the soil.

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BMPs? Crop Management - poor crop stand results in overestimated nutrient uptake.

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BMPs Spreader Calibration:

BMPs Animal waste incorporation reduces odor.

BMPs Windbreaks can reduce lagoon effluent and odor drift from land application sites.

BMPs? Mortality Management - improper management of dead animals can increase spread of disease.

BMPs? Spray irrigation over a surface drainage ditch can be a direct source of pollution.

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