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B.C. project seeks to clean up manure

A Vancouver college is looking for new ways to manage manure in British Columbia's Fraser Valley.

$17M for farmers to protect water quality

The state has made $17 million available to protect and conserve critical soil and water resources on farms across New York.

Wisconsin farm launchs AQUA innovations system

AQUA Innovations is proud to announce Son-Bow Farms as the first farm in Wisconsin to install its fully commercialized NuWay nutrient concentration system.
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Renewable future

Plugging dairies into a renewable future

Most dairy farms in California move their manure with water, which eventually ends up in a lagoon. The lagoons are anaerobic environments that naturally break down the manure, but they also produce methane – a potential liability for California dairies, since they are being asked to reduce those methane emissions by 40 percent by 2030. A new state anaerobic digestion project hopes to produce electricity and compressed natural gas for vehicle fuel. » Read more...

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Manure Manager is currently conducting an online survey and we're hoping you can find some time during your busy schedules to take part. Whether you're a dairy, beef, hog or poultry producer; a custom manure applicator, an academic or an industry support person, we want and value your feedback. The information you provide will remain confidential, secure and will help provide a snapshot of the state-of-the-industry. » Learn more
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2018 North American Manure Expo

August 15-16
Location: Brookings, South Dakota
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Manure Science Review

July 25
Location: Forest, Ohio
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Canada's Outdoor Farm Show

September 11 - 13
Location: Woodstock, Ontario
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