Manure/Env.

Pit foaming research offers a solution

Just in time for the fall manure pumping season, University of Minnesota engineers have released results on research that offers a solution to control foaming risks in deep-pit manure storage. FULL STORY »

Premium Standard Farms settles odor lawsuit

Premium Standard Farms (PSF) has settled a long-running lawsuit on odor emanating from the company’s swine buildings located in northern Missouri. Terms of the settlement were not released. FULL STORY »

No-Till farming helps capture soil water

Producers affected by the 2012 drought might benefit from using no-till to increase the amount and uniformity of snow cover on their fields. This would increase soil water recharge rates and soil moisture storage, which would facilitate the return of drought-stricken fields to their former productivity. FULL STORY »

Forum to highlight preventing farm accidents, injuries

Workers and families in farm-related businesses and other agricultural occupations can learn how to make their farms safer at the Agricultural Safety and Health Forum. FULL STORY »

Report says Calif. GHG reduction nearly impossible Play video

Heather Youngs, Ph.D., bioenergy analysis fellow at University of California, Berkley, reports on a two-year panel study of California’s energy system with a look to the year 2050 and a legislative requirement for greenhouse gas emission to be 80 percent below 1990 levels. FULL STORY »

Prairie Swine Centre releases annual research report

The Prairie Swine Centre, located near Saskatoon, has just released the 2011 edition of the Annual Research Report which provides insight into a wide range of industry challenges and opportunities. FULL STORY »

Iowa CAFO meeting set for Aug. 30

Discussions will be held on Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) inspection program for concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), winter feeding areas, aerial overflights, medium-sized CAFOs, nutrient management plans and manure storage. FULL STORY »

Nutrient loss, water quality focus of Farm Science Review

Agriculture, nutrient loss, water quality, and the Maumee watershed will be a discussion topic at Ohio State University's 2012 Farm Science Review, set for Sept. 18. FULL STORY »

Ohio State to hold training course on anaerobic digestion

Ohio State University will hold a first-of-its-kind training course on anaerobic digestion, a waste-management process that livestock farms and wastewater plants are increasingly using to produce biogas, a type of renewable fuel. FULL STORY »

Report evaluates animal agriculture’s water and land use

A new Issue Paper from the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST), titled "Water and Land Issues Associated with Animal Agriculture: A U.S. Perspective," examines the livestock, land and water issues raised by the United Nations. FULL STORY »

Water pollution lawsuit filed against North Carolina hog farm

The lawsuit asserts that Taylor Finishing, Inc, Trenton, NC, and its owner are in violation of the Clean Water Act and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, by illegally disposing of animal waste. FULL STORY »

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