Central Impacts of Manure on Soil Health Indicators

The November Soil Health Nexus Digital Cafe will feature Dr. Amy Schmidt from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. The talk will focus on the impacts of manure on soil […]

Multi-Discharger Variance in BITS, pt. II: Annual Reports

We’ll talk about the reporting phase of your MDV projects: how to document implemented practices and submit a report to the DNR. We’ll cover common questions and advice for submitting […]

Manure Applicator Training

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension is hosting four virtual Manure Applicator Training – Level 1 / Manure 101. Designed for employees of both for-hire manure applicators and farmers applying their own manure, this 3-hour training covers the basics of manure spill response, setbacks and regulations, neighbor relations and equipment/manure gas safety.

Manure Applicator Training

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension is hosting four virtual Manure Applicator Training – Level 1 / Manure 101. Designed for employees of both for-hire manure applicators and farmers applying their own manure, this 3-hour training covers the basics of manure spill response, setbacks and regulations, neighbor relations and equipment/manure gas safety.

Manure Applicator Training

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension is hosting four virtual Manure Applicator Training – Level 1 / Manure 101. Designed for employees of both for-hire manure applicators and farmers applying their own manure, this 3-hour training covers the basics of manure spill response, setbacks and regulations, neighbor relations and equipment/manure gas safety.

Manure Applicator Training

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension is hosting four virtual Manure Applicator Training – Level 1 / Manure 101. Designed for employees of both for-hire manure applicators and farmers applying their own manure, this 3-hour training covers the basics of manure spill response, setbacks and regulations, neighbor relations and equipment/manure gas safety.

Discovery Farms to host a Virtual Conference Series in December and January

Discovery Farms Programs in Wisconsin and Minnesota are excited to bring to host a virtual conference series this winter. The theme for the series is ‘Keeping up with your conservation goals through change and challenge’.

Join Discovery Farms on seven Wednesdays for one hour as they cover topics like water quality, soil health, climate change, and more! These events are free and will be hosted Wednesday’s from 12:00pm – 1:00pm CT in December and January starting December 2nd.

Manure Application Considerations During Dry Soil Conditions

Maximizing the nutrient availability and retention of applied manure for the upcoming crops begins with proper handling and application to the land. During dry conditions, it is even more important as those nutrients are especially vulnerable to being flushed from the system during future rain events.

Using the NRCS Solid-Liquid Separation Handbook

NRCS developed a new technical document entitled “Solid-Liquid Separation Alternatives for Manure Handling and Treatment.” This document brings together both the theory behind solid-liquid separation and the practical application of many different separation technologies.

Emissions from Composting

This webinar will focus on air emissions associated with different methods of composting and the subsequent emissions when composted manure is applied to cropland. Find out more here.