American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


Animal, Agricultural and Food Processing Wastes - IX


  1. LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF BEEF FEEDLOT MANURE APPLICATION ON SOIL PROPERTIES AND ACCUMULATION AND TRANSPORT OF NUTRIENTS
    Authors:   R.B. Ferguson, J.A. Nienaber, R.A. Eigenberg, B.L. Woodbury
    Keywords:   Manure, compost, nitrate leaching, phosphorus accumulation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15228
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  2. DEM MODELING OF SOLID AND SEMI-SOLID MANURE HANDLING AND LAND APPLICATION EQUIPMENT AS RELATED TO SELECTED PHYSICAL AND FLOW PROPERTIES
    Authors:   H. Landry, M. Roberge, and C. Laguë
    Keywords:   Distinct element method, DEM, Manure, Land application, Modeling, Machine design, Manure properties, Machine-product interactions, Spreaders
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15229
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  3. CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE SLURRY MANAGEMENT ON FARMS
    Authors:   A. G. Gronauer, and S. Neser
    Keywords:   Environmental impacts caused by slurry, Pathogens, Ammonia emission, Slurry management, Organic fertilization, Slurry treatment, Separation, Anaerobic digestion, Slurry application techniques
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15230
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  4. USE OF COMPOSTED WASTE MATERIALS IN EROSION CONTROL
    Authors:   L. M. Risse and L. B. Faucette
    Keywords:   Compost, Animal waste, Soil Erosion, Runoff, Manure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15231
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  5. BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF TURKEY PROCESSING WASTEWATER WITH COARSE/FINE SAND FILTRATION
    Authors:   Y. W. Kang, K. M. Mancl and O. H. Tuovinen
    Keywords:   Biofilm, Intermittent sand filter, BOD5, COD, TOC
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15232
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  6. USE OF ANIMAL MANURE AS FEEDSTOCK FOR BIO-PRODUCTS
    Authors:   S. Chen, W. Liao, C. Liu, R. L. Kincaid, and J. H. Harrison
    Keywords:   Waste characterization, Biomass, Acid hydrolysis
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15233
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  7. BY-PRODUCTS UTILIZATION: AN INTEGRATED SOLUTION
    Authors:   F.H. Chang
    Keywords:   Agricultural waste, by-products, manure, biodigestion, biogas, compost, green energy, combined heat and power, cogeneration, integrated solution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15234
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  8. EFFECTIVENESS OF VEGETATIVE FILTER STRIPS (VFS) FOR CONTROLLING PATHOGEN LOADS AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN DAIRY WASTEWATER
    Authors:   E. Frantz, K. Griswold, G. Apgar, B. Jacobson, and J. Haddock
    Keywords:   pathogen loads, antibiotic resistance, vegetative filter strip, dairy, wastewater
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15235
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  9. REDUCTION OF SELECTED PATHOGENS IN ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
    Authors:   P. E. Wright, S. F. Inglis, S. M. Stehman, and J. Bonhotal
    Keywords:   Anaerobic Digestion, Pathogen Reduction, Mycobacterium Avium paratuberculosis, Composting
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15236
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  10. INACTIVATION OF PATHOGENIC AND INDICATOR ORGANISMS IN CATTLE MANURE BY ANAEROBIC DIGESTION: ASSESSMENT BY THE METHODS OF CULTIVATION AND QPCR
    Authors:   M. Effenberger, M. Lebuhn, P. A. Wilderer and A. Gronauer
    Keywords:   Cattle Manure; Pathogen Reduction; Pathogen Detection; Anaerobic Digestion
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15237
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  11. APPLICATION OF SWINE LAGOON WATER TO ALFALFA
    Authors:   W. L. Kranz, C. A. Shapiro, B. E. Anderson, M. C. Brumm, and M. Mamo
    Keywords:   Irrigated Alfalfa, Swine Lagoon Water, Nitrogen Leaching, Alfalfa Yield
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15238
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  12. LAND APPLICATION OF BEEF FEEDYARD EFFLUENT TO FORAGE SORGHUM AND WINTER WHEAT
    Authors:   M. B. Rhoades, D. B. Parker, J. M. Sweeten, N. A. Cole, and M. S. Brown
    Keywords:   land application, beef cattle, feedyard, effluent, wheat, sorghum, nutrients
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15239
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  13. UTILIZATION OF NUTRIENTS IN ANAEROBICALLY-PRETREATED SWINE WASTEWATER FOR GREENHOUSE TOMATO PRODUCTION
    Authors:   T. E. Shearin, J. Cheng, M. M. Peet, and D. H. Willits
    Keywords:   Anaerobic digestion, Biofilter, Greenhouse, Nitrification, Swine wastewater, Tomato
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15240
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  14. RECIPROCATING CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS FOR TREATING HIGH STRENGTH ANAEROBIC LAGOON WASTEWATER
    Authors:   L. Behrends, E. Bailey, W. Ellison, L. Houke, P. Jansen, C. Shea, S. Smith, and T. Yost
    Keywords:   Ammonia, CAFO, CBOD5, constructed wetlands, odor
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15241
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  15. OPERATIONAL COMPONENTS AND DESIGN OF CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS USED FOR TREATMENT OF SWINE WASTEWATER
    Authors:   P. G. Hunt, M. E. Poach, A. A. Szogi, G. B. Reddy, K. C. Stone, F. J. Humenik, and M. B. Vanotti
    Keywords:   Denitrification, Water depth, Ammonia volatilization, Plant nutrient uptake, Soil accumulation, Design parameters
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15242
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  16. APPLICATION AND PERFORMANCE OF CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS FOR RUNOFF FROM SMALL OPEN LOTS
    Authors:   C. G. Henry, J. P. Harner III, T. D. Strahm, M. A. Reynolds
    Keywords:   constructed wetlands, runoff treatment, open lots
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15243
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  17. A SURFACE AERATION SYSTEM TO CONTROL MANURE ODOR FROM OPEN STORAGE FACILITIES
    Authors:   Z. Zhang and J. Zhu
    Keywords:   surface aeration, swine manure, odor
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15244
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  18. PERFORMANCE OF THE IESS BIOKINETIC AIR WASTE TREATMENT SYSTEM ON A SWINE FARM
    Authors:   P. W. Westerman and J. Arogo
    Keywords:   Aeration, swine manure, waste treatment, biofilter, nitrification
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15245
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  19. A PRACTICAL TREATMENT OF SWINE LIQUID MANURE FOR LAND APPLICATION USING CHARCOAL, SHELL, AND ZEOLITE IN AN AERATED REACTOR
    Authors:   A. Matsuzawa, H. Minagawa, Y. Teruyama, and H. Sakata
    Keywords:   Liquid Manure, Treatment, Swine, Mineral, Land Application
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15246
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  20. COMPARISON OF PILOT-SCALE BATCH AND SEMI-CONTINUOUS AEROBIC THERMOPHILIC SWINE WASTE REACTOR ENERGY PRODUCTION
    Authors:   Z. Wang and J. W. Blackburn
    Keywords:   Swine, livestock, wastes, manure, aerobic treatment, aerobic thermophilic, heat, energy
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15247
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  21. COMMERCIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND THE NEGLECT OF EXTENSION SERVICES IN NIGERIA
    Authors:   I. O. Oladele
    Keywords:   Commercial waste management, Extension services, Organo-mineral fertilizer, Nigeria
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15248
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  22. COMPREHENSIVE ANIMAL NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CANMS) – A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL FOR NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT
    Authors:   S. Chen, B. Zhao, R. Nelson, S. Marseli, C. Stockle, J. Harrison, T. Nennich, and G. Tylor
    Keywords:   Decision support system, Comprehensive nutrient management plan, Waste management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15249
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  23. NITRATE FILTERED BY SOIL IN THE GRASS FIELD WITH SURFACEAPPLIED DAIRY CATTLE MANURE
    Authors:   K. Noborio, N. Satta, K. Koga, H. Baba, and Y. Mukaida
    Keywords:   animal wastes, slurries, time domain reflectometry, monitoring, nitrate, soil water
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15250
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  24. FARMER ESTIMATES OF MANURE APPLICATION RATES
    Authors:   K. M. Mancl and J. D. Slates
    Keywords:   Animal waste management, environmental protection, livestock waste, waste disposal
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15251
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  25. SELCO-ECOPURIN® SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY FOR CONVERSION OF ANIMAL WASTE INTO ADDED VALUE PRODUCTS AND ENERGY
    Authors:   J. Mtnez-Almela, J. M. Barrera Marza, D. Salamo Casals, and M. Lorenzo Navarro
    Keywords:   liquid manure treatment, ionic transfer, polymers, Ecopurin technology, nitrification-denitrification, phosphorus, compost, biogas
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15252
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  26. ASSESSMENT OF ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL FOR DAIRY MANURE TREATMENT
    Authors:   K. A. Yanosek, M. L. Wolfe, and N. G. Love
    Keywords:   Nutrient Management, Dairy Manure Wastewater, Fermentation Potential, Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal, Modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15253
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  27. NOVEL PROCEDURES FOR ACCURATE SAMPLING OF SWINE MANURES
    Authors:   P. M. Ndegwa, and J. Zhu
    Keywords:   Swine manure, Representative sampling, Nutrient estimation, Phosphorus, Nitrogen
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15254
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  28. WASTE MANAGEMENT OF INSECT PRODUCTION SYSTEM
    Authors:   M. Ohura
    Keywords:   Automation, Biotechnology, Control, CEIPS, Silkworm, Rearing
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15255
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  29. RECOVERY PROCESS FOR FOOD SKIMMINGS FROM DISSOLVED AIR FLOTATION UNITS
    Authors:   John H. Lee
    Keywords:   Land application, By-product recovery, Waste treatment, Protein, Fat, Dissolved air flotation, Food skimmings
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15256
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  30. EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL DAIRY FARM WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND REUSE SYSTEMS IN THE TROPICS
    Authors:   L. Dong, P. Y. Yang, P. S. Leung, and C. N. Lee
    Keywords:   Dairy wastewater, anaerobic and aerobic pretreatment, lagoon system integration, cost analysis
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15257
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  31. THE MICHIGAN AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSURANCE PROGRAM
    Authors:   W. Bickert, N. Rector, S. Piggott, J. Wilford, R. Wuycheck and K. Wickey
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15258
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  32. PROPOSED REVISION OF ASAE D384.1 FOR REPRESENTATIVE VALUES OF “AS-EXCRETED” MANURE PRODUCTION
    Authors:   C. D. Fulhage
    Keywords:   Manure, Excretion, Nutrients
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15259
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  33. DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARD METHODS TO ESTIMATE MANURE PRODUCTION AND NUTRIENT CHARACTERISTICS FROM DAIRY CATTLE
    Authors:   T. Nennich, J. H. Harrison, D. Meyer, W. P. Weiss, A. J. Heinrichs, R. L. Kincaid, W. J. Powers, R. K. Koelsch, and P. E. Wright
    Keywords:   Dairy manure production, nutrient excretion characteristics
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15260
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  34. PROPOSED BEEF CATTLE MANURE EXCRETION AND CHARACTERISTICS STANDARD FOR ASAE
    Authors:   G. E. Erickson, B. Auvermann, R. Eigenberg, L. W. Greene, T. Klopfenstein, and R. Koelsch
    Keywords:   ASAE standards, manure, nutrient excretion, beef cattle, modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15261
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  35. HORSE MANURE CHARACTERISTICS LITERATURE AND DATABASE REVIEW
    Authors:   L. Lawrence, J. R. Bicudo, and E. Wheeler
    Keywords:   Equine, Manure, Nutrient, Excretion
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15262
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  36. PREDICTION OF NITROGEN, PHOSPHORUS, AND DRY MATTER EXCRETION BY SWINE BASED ON DIET CHEMICAL COMPOSITION, FEED INTAKE, AND NUTRIENT RETENTION (1)
    Authors:   S. D. Carter, G. L. Cromwell, P. W. Westerman, J. S. Park, and L. A. Pettey
    Keywords:   Pigs, nitrogen, phosphorus, excretion
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15263
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  37. MODEL FOR ESTIMATING POULTRY MANURE NUTRIENT EXCRETION: A MASS BALANCE APPROACH
    Authors:   T.J. Applegate, L.P.V. Potturi, and R. Angel
    Keywords:   Broiler chickens, Ducks, Laying hens, Manure, Poultry, Turkey
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15264
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  38. COMPARISON OF TWO METHODS FOR ESTIMATING BROILER MANURE NUTRIENT EXCRETION: BIOLOGICAL MASS BALANCE VERSUS MODEL BASED ON MASS BALANCE APPROACH
    Authors:   R. Angel, T.J. Applegate, and S. Bastyr
    Keywords:   Broiler chickens, mass balance, excreta, nitrogen, dry matter, phosphorus
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15265
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  39. OPTIMIZING DESIGN AND OPERATION OF DAIRY MANURE COMPOSTING SYSTEMS USING PILOT AND FULL SCALE KINETIC STUDIES
    Authors:   H. M. Keener, J. A. Pecchia, G. L. Reid, F. C. Michel Jr., and D. L. Elwell
    Keywords:   aeration, composting, dairy manure, design, feedstock, optimization, parameters, systems
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15266
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  40. DRY FERMENTATION OF AGRICULTURAL SUBSTRATES
    Authors:   F. Kaiser, V. Aschmann, M. Effenberger and A. Gronauer
    Keywords:   Dry anaerobic fermentation, animal waste, silage, batch system
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15267
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  41. CONVERTING GIN AND DAIRY WASTES TO METHANE
    Authors:   P. A. Funk, C. B. Armijo, A. T. Hanson, Z. A. Samani, M. A. Macias-Corral, G. B. Smith and S. J. T. Riordan
    Keywords:   Anaerobic Treatment, Cotton Ginning Waste, Gin Trash, Dairy Waste, Manure, Methane Production, Pathogen Reduction
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15268
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  42. Transformations and Accumulation of Carbon in Gravel/Sand Filters Treating Cheese Processing Wastewater
    Authors:   J. XI, K.M. MANCL, AND O.H. TUOVINEN
    Keywords:   BOD5, COD, wastewater treatment, food processing waste
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15269
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  43. EVALUATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A 550 COW PLUG-FLOW ANAEROBIC DIGESTER UNDER STEADY-STATE CONDITIONS
    Authors:   J. H. Martin, Jr., P. E. Wright, S. F. Inglis, and K. F. Roos
    Keywords:   Anaerobic digestion, dairy manure, waste stabilization, pathogen reduction, biogas production and utilization
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15270
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  44. WASTES TO WEALTH: IMPROVEMENT OF AGRO-INDUSTRIAL BYPRODUCTS THROUGH FUNGAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
    Authors:   E. A. Iyayi
    Keywords:   Agro by-products, fungal fermentation, nutrient improvement, poultry feeding
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15271
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  45. VERTICAL WATER MOVEMENT THROUGH GEOTEXTILE AND GRAVEL PADS USED IN HEAVY LIVESTOCK TRAFFIC AREAS
    Authors:   J.R. Bicudo, G.L. Goode, S.R. Workman, and L.W. Turner
    Keywords:   Cattle, manure, water quality, organic material, geotextile, solids
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15272
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  46. NITROGEN MANAGEMENT OF A FEEDLOT RUNOFF CONTROL SYSTEM WITH VEGETATIVE FILTER STRIP
    Authors:   B. L. Woodbury, J. A. Nienaber, and R. A. Eigenberg
    Keywords:   Feedlot runoff control, Waste management, Waste treatment, Nutrient management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15273
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  47. MODIFICATIONS TO FEEDLOT RUNOFF CONTAINMENT SYSTEMS IN IOWA
    Authors:   L. W. Wulf, J. C. Lorimor, and S. W. Melvin
    Keywords:   feedlot runoff, animal manure, rainfall-runoff model, manure management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15274
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  48. IMPACT OF CLEANING FREQUENCY OF PENS AND CARBON TO NITROGEN (C:N) RATIO AS INFLUENCED BY THE DIET OR PEN MANAGEMENT ON N LOSSES FROM OUTDOOR BEEF FEEDLOTS
    Authors:   G. E. Erickson J. R. Adams, T. B. Farran, C. B. Wilson, C. N. Macken, and T. J. Klopfenstein
    Keywords:   Nitrogen emissions, Beef feedlots, Nutrient management, Manure management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15275
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  49. AN INFILTRATION-WETLAND SYSTEM FOR TREATING OPEN FEEDLOT RUNOFF
    Authors:   J. C. Lorimor, L. Wulf, and P. Jaranilla
    Keywords:   Manure, Open feedlot, Alternative treatment, Vegetative filter strip, Animal waste, Feedlot runoff
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15276
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  50. NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN GEORGIA: AN OVERVIEW OF REGULATIONS, EDUCATION AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
    Authors:   T. M. Bass, L. M. Risse, and J. W. Worley
    Keywords:   Manure, animal waste, nutrient management, Georgia, NMP, CNMP, AFO, CAFO, land application, nitrogen, phosphorus, Clean Water Act, NPDES
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15277
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  51. COMPREHENSIVE NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANS AND THE TOOLS USED TO DEVELOP THEM IN SOUTH CAROLINA
    Authors:   S. T. Henry, R. W. Kloot, M. Evans, and G. Hardee
    Keywords:   CNMP, comprehensive nutrient management plans, nutrient management, manure management, AFOWizard©, AFOPro©
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15278
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  52. CNMP ELEMENT WRITER CERTIFICATION: SHORT COURSE AND CERTIFICATION PROCESS
    Authors:   R.T. Burns and L.B. Moody
    Keywords:   CNMP, certification, educational program, nutrient management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15279
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  53. USE OF COMPUTER SPREADSHEETS AND PAPER-BASED WORKBOOKS TO TEACH COMPREHENSIVE NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANNING
    Authors:   C. A. Shapiro R. L. DeLoughery, R. K. Koelsch, M. J. Kucera, and C. S. Wortmann
    Keywords:   Manure management, CNMP
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15280
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  54. THE OKLAHOMA POULTRY WASTE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION PROGRAM
    Authors:   D. W. Hamilton and E. R. Cook
    Keywords:   Certification, Education, Litter, Poultry Manure, Waste Management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15281
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  55. EXPERIENCES IN PREPARING A CNMP EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN FOR A TENNESSEE DAIRY FARM
    Authors:   G. F. Grandle, L. B. Moody, R. T. Burns, and R. W. Anderson
    Keywords:   Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan, Emergency Response Plan, Dairy, Environment, Manure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15282
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  56. SIZING AND MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS FOR SETTLING BASINS RECEIVING SAND-LADEN FLUSHED DAIRY MANURE
    Authors:   C. D. Fulhage
    Keywords:   Manure, Settling, Sand
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15283
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  57. THE EFFECT OF PIG DIET AND SOLID/LIQUID SEPARATION OF PIG SLURRY ON PHOSPHORUS FRACTIONATION
    Authors:   M-L. Daumer, F. Béline, M.Spérandio
    Keywords:   animal wastes, phosphorus recycling, biological treatment, characterization, liquid manure, magnesium, calcium
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15284
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  58. SOLID SEPARATION EQUIPMENT VERIFICATION TESTING PROTOCOL
    Authors:   J.J. Classen, F.J. Humenik, J.M. Rice
    Keywords:   Swine, solid separation, nutrient partitioning
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15285
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  59. CORRELATION EQUATIONS TO PREDICT THE SOLIDS AND PLANT NUTRIENT REMOVAL EFFICIENCIES FOR GRAVITY SETTLING OF SWINE MANURE
    Authors:   J.P. Chastain and M.B. Vanotti
    Keywords:   Manure treatment, Liquid-solid separation, Swine Manure, Manure Management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15286
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  60. TREATMENT OF FLUSHED DAIRY MANURE BY SOLIDLIQUID SEPARATION AND LAGOON AERATION
    Authors:   R. H. Zhang, P. Yang, C. A. Collar, and L. Ham
    Keywords:   Dairy wastewater, Lagoon, Solid-liquid separation, Aeration
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15287
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  61. USE OF SUCTION LYSIMETERS TO MONITOR VADOSE ZONE GROUNDWATER QUALITY AT A WASTEWATER LAND APPLICATION FACILITY
    Authors:   M. Anderson
    Keywords:   land application, suction lysimeter, groundwater quality, vadose zone
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15288
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  62. Agricultural systems and livestock concentration in the region of Emilia Romagna (Italy)
    Authors:   E. FRAZZI, F. CALEGARI, S. TSEGAY AND M. VINCINI
    Keywords:   Farming systems, Grassland, Parmigiano-Reggiano, Swine breeding, Breeding intensification
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15289
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  63. DEVELOPMENT, INTERRELATIONSHIP AND UTILIZATION OF NITROGEN, PHOSPHOROUS AND OTHER INDICES IN A NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLAN
    Authors:   D. R. Hilborn and K. McKague
    Keywords:   Nutrient Management Planner, Nitrogen Index, Phosphorous Index, NMAN
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15290
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  64. POTENTIAL FOR REDUCING NUTRIENT LOADS TO THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WITH IMPROVED LIVESTOCK WASTE MANAGEMENT
    Authors:   W. F Ritter, J. Kulkarni, L. M. Ward, and A. Banerjee
    Keywords:   Nitrogen, phosphorus, manure, Chesapeake Bay, dairy, swine, poultry
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15291
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  65. MEASUREMENT AND PREDICTION OF PHOSPHORUS TRANSPORT FROM SWINE MANURE AT THE WATERSHED SCALE
    Authors:   Z. He, and C. W. Honeycutt
    Keywords:   Swine manure, cattle manure, organic P, bioavailable P, bioavailability, phosphatase hydrolysis, sequential fractionation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15292
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  66. EVALUATION OF ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS IN ANIMAL MANURE BY ORTHO-PHOSPHATE RELEASING ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS
    Authors:   Z. He, and C. W. Honeycutt
    Keywords:   Swine manure, cattle manure, organic P, bioavailable P, bioavailability, phosphatase hydrolysis, sequential fractionation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15293
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  67. ASSESS THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE AND WATERSHED IMPAIRMENT IN SOUTH CAROLINA-A GIS BASED SPATIAL APPROACH
    Authors:   K. S. Lu and J. S. Allen
    Keywords:   Animal agriculture, watershed impairment, dissolved oxygen, fecal coliform, phosphorus, pH impairment, spatial analysis, geographic information system, South Carolina
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15294
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  68. EVALUATION OF AMMONIA RECOVERY WASTE TREATMENT FOR SWINE URINE
    Authors:   P. A. Loeffler, and T. A. van Kempen
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15295
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  69. LARGE SCALE NITRIFICATION/DENITRIFICATION OF SWINE WASTE
    Authors:   D. A. Townsend, B. A. Paulsen, and W. J. Wells
    Keywords:   Wastewater treatment, nitrification, denitrification, aeration, anoxic, biosolids, swine
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15296
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  70. CONCENTRATION OF URINE FROM FATTENERS COMBINED WITH AMMONIA REMOVAL BY SCRUBBING EXHAUST AIR OF A PIG HOUSE
    Authors:   H. C. Willers, R. W. Melse, and N. W. M. Ogink
    Keywords:   Ammonia, Air scrubber, Evaporation, Pig waste, Urine
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15297
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  71. OPTIMIZATION OF NITROGEN REMOVAL FROM ANAEROBICALLYPRETREATED SWINE WASTEWATER IN INTERMITTENT AERATION TANKS
    Authors:   Z. Hu, C. R. Mota, F. L. de los Reyes III and J. Cheng
    Keywords:   Intermittent aeration, nitrogen removal, nitrification, denitrification, optimization
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15298
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  72. EXTRACTION OF SOLUBLE PHOSPHORUS IN SWINE LAGOONS
    Authors:   A. A. Szögi, M. B. Vanotti, and P. G. Hunt
    Keywords:   Phosphorus removal, animal waste treatment, swine wastewater, N/P ratio, CAFO, manure P, hog lagoons
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15299
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  73. EXTRACTION OF SOLUBLE PHOSPHORUS IN A SWINE WASTE TREATMENT SYSTEM WITHOUT LAGOON
    Authors:   M. B. Vanotti, P. G. Hunt, A. A. Szogi, and A. Q. Ellison
    Keywords:   Phosphorus removal, animal waste treatment, swine wastewater, pathogens, CAFO, manure P, hog lagoons, calcium phosphate
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15300
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  74. BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL FOR SWINE WASTEWATER
    Authors:   M. Tsai, C. Chou
    Keywords:   wastewater, Biological nutrients removal, Nitrification, Denitrification
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15301
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  75. AMMONIA VOLATILIZATION LOSSES FOLLOWING IRRIGATION OF LIQUID SWINE MANURE IN COMMERCIAL PINE PLANTATIONS
    Authors:   F. Montes and J. P. Chastain
    Keywords:   Ammonia volatilization, nitrogen losses, liquid swine manure, land application, pine forest
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15302
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  76. DECAY DYNAMICS OF MANURE ORGANIC N UNDER DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE AND OXYGEN SUPPLY CONDITIONS
    Authors:   B. Zhao, and S. Chen
    Keywords:   Organic nitrogen decay, variable parameter, dynamic model, anaerobic, aerated, dairy manure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15303
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  77. EVALUATION OF THE HYDROMETER METHOD TO DETERMINE SWINE MANURE NUTRIENT CONTENT
    Authors:   J. Zhu, Z. Zhang, and P. M. Ndegwa
    Keywords:   estimation, pig manure, hydrometer method, linear regressions
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15304
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  78. NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN SOILS RECEIVING CHEMICALLY TREATED DAIRY MANURE
    Authors:   M. Kalbasi and K. G. Karthikeyan
    Keywords:   Chemical treatment, dairy manure, manure application, phosphorus, nitrate, ammonium, manure management, alum, lime, ferric chloride
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15305
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  79. THE TRANSFER OF BEEF CATTLE FEEDLOT MANURE CALIBRATIONS BETWEEN NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROPHOTOMETERS USING THREE STANDARDIZATION TECHNIQUES
    Authors:   W. Ye, J. C. Lorimor, C. R. Hurburgh, Jr., H. Zhang, and J. Hattey
    Keywords:   NIR, beef cattle feedlot manure, calibration transfer, standardization
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15306
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