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Evaluating The Costs Of Implementing Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plans: Grouping The US Livestock Industry Into Representative Farms
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: Paper number 024095, 2002 ASAE Annual Meeting . @2002
Authors: David C. Moffitt, Robert Kellogg, Barry Kintzer
Keywords: Animal waste system, Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan, Cost and Capability Study, Livestock, Poultry, Representative Farms
USDA and EPA were mandated to determine the cost to the livestock industry of
implementing Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plans. The USDA chose to estimate a national
cost with a strategy that involved the use of the 1997 Census of Agriculture, three National Animal
Health Management System Surveys for dairy, swine, and layers, and the Agricultural Resource
Management Survey for swine.