Manure/Env.

Environmental award in Waterkeepers case prompts outrage

SaveFarmFamilies.org members from around the country were outraged upon learning that the University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic had accepted an award for "distinguished achievement" for their Clean Water Act (CWA) case against Berlin, Md.-based farmers Alan and Kristin Hudson before the case has even gone to trial. FULL STORY »

Sorghum should be in the mix as a biofuel crop

Sweet and biomass sorghum would meet the need for next-generation biofuels to be environmentally sustainable, easily adopted by producers and take advantage of existing agricultural infrastructure, a group of researchers led by Purdue University scientists believes. FULL STORY »

Pork industry comments on EPA emissions document

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is accepting comments on its Draft Document Related to the Development of Emissions Estimating Methodologies (EEM) for Lagoons and Basins for Swine and Dairy Feeding Operations. FULL STORY »

Wildlife rooting for ag to ‘get it right’ on hunger issue Play video

If more food could be raised on land that’s already in production, it means less new land would have to be developed to feed a burgeoning world population. That would help preserve wildlife habitats. FULL STORY »

Odor Management Plan tool helps farmers deal with farm odor

Odors are customary when raising livestock. Having an Odor Management Plan (OMP) that determines the sources of odors, identifies control practices and establishes a monitoring strategy helps livestock farmers manage the smells associated with their farms. FULL STORY »

Zone tillage company announces partnership

Through the partnership, the companies will provide pork producers with a system for field delivery and soil incorporation of swine manure. FULL STORY »

Live from WPX 2012: Keep an eye on the Chesapeake Bay Play video

National Pork Producers Council President-Elect Randy Spronk, a producer from Pipestone, Minn., says livestock producers should be watching the Chesapeake Bay developments closely. The Environmental Protection Agency’s nutrient regulations for the bay area will be the model for the Mississippi River watershed. Depending on how that unfolds, it could have dramatic impacts on agriculture. FULL STORY »

A clear answer to clean water

How important is water? Well, it’s not a question I have to think too hard about. What I can tell you is that without it, there wouldn’t be any humans or critters roaming the earth. FULL STORY »

U.S. experienced warmest spring on record, NOAA says

On the heels of a historic drought, America experiences the warmest spring on record, and the warmest 12-month period on record. Thirty-one states set temperature records during the March-May period, NOAA says. FULL STORY »

Energy-dense biofuel from cellulose close to being economical

A new Purdue University-developed process for creating biofuels has shown potential to be cost-effective for production scale, opening the door for moving beyond the laboratory setting. FULL STORY »

NFU supports grain sorghum as an advanced biofuel

The National Farmers Union (NFU) applauded the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recent publication of data concerning biofuels produced from grain sorghum under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) Program. FULL STORY »

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