• Geology
  • Published 2007

Overcoming the challenges of phosphorus-based management in poultry farming

@inproceedings{Sharpley2007OvercomingTC,
  title={Overcoming the challenges of phosphorus-based management in poultry farming},
  author={Andrew N. Sharpley and Sheri L. Herron and Tommy C. Daniel},
  year={2007}
}
Continued economic and use impacts of accelerated eutrophication of fresh waters caused by elevated phosphorus (P) inputs is placing pressure on agriculture to implement P- based nutrient management strategies, particularly for confined animal feeding operations. As P-based strategies usually have a negative impact on farm operations and economics, current challenges are to define where there is a problem and how big of a problem, to determine how to implement and maintain effective best… CONTINUE READING

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