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Manure Science Review Aug. 6

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DATE
Aug. 6, 2013 | 08:30 am - 03:00 pm

LOCATION
Hord Livestock Farms
Bucyrus, OH

Topics include learning about Hord's approach to managing odors and nutrients, including brokering liquid manure; benefits of the 4Rs to improve productivity, profitability and environmental protection and sustainability; nutrient variations in stored manure; growing the application window; nitrogen potential assessment test; and livestock stewardship and building public trust; plus field demonstrations including mortality composting, edge of field bioreactors, cover crops, optical nitrogen detection and solid manure spreader calibration and applicator demonstrations.

USDA-NRCS personnel, Extension educators, certified crop advisers and professional nutrient applicators are encouraged to attend.

The full-day program qualifies for the continuing education credits: ODA Certified Livestock Manager (CLM) 5.0† Continuing education units (CEUís);

Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) * Continuing education units (CEUís): 3.0† Nutrient Management; 2.5 Soil & Water Management * NOTE: Pending approval;

Professional Engineers (PE) 2.0†† Continuing Professional Development (CPDís).

Cost: Early registration* $30 (on or before July 29); Late registration* $35 (after July 29 and walk-ins)

Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch.

Questions?† Contact: Mary Wicks wicks.14@osu.edu or 330-202-3533.†



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