Feedlot Runoff Holding Ponds-Nutrient Levels and Related Management Aspects

  title={Feedlot Runoff Holding Ponds-Nutrient Levels and Related Management Aspects},
  author={Elbert C. Dickey},
  • Elbert C. Dickey
  • Published 2017
Collection, storage, and ultimate land disposal of livestock feedlot runoff is becoming a more common practice as a result of increasing state and federal regulations prohibiting uncontrolled discharge of runoff. As a result of chemical, physical, and biological actions during the storage phase, the runoff applied to land from storage is often greatly different from that entering storage directly from the feedlot. This study was designed to observe those changes in the runoff during storage… CONTINUE READING


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