Amy Millmier Schmidt - Livestock Bioenvironmental Engineer

Amy Schmidt

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Work Chase Hall (CHA) 213
Lincoln NE 68583-0726
US
Work 402-472-0877 On campus, dial 2-0877

icon-academic-capEducation

  • Ph D, Mississippi State University, 2010
  • MS, Iowa State University, 1999
  • BS, Iowa State University, 1997

icon-documentPublications and Other Intellectual Contributions

  • Effectiveness of Composting as a Biosecure Mortality Disposal Method for Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus (PEDV)-Infected Pig Carcasses, Porcine Health Management, November 2017
  • Runoff water quality characteristics following swine slurry application, Transactions of the ASABE, November 2017
  • Spatial Variability of Heating Profiles in Windrowed Poultry Litter, Journal of Applied Poultry Research, June 2013
  • Testing Gridded NWS 1-day Observed Precipitation Analysis in a Daily Irrigation Scheduler, December 2013
  • Uncertainty analysis of an irrigation scheduling model for water management in crop production, Agricultural Water Management, June 2015
  • Quality-assured measurements of animal building emissions: particulate matter concentrations., Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association (1995), December 2006
  • Quality assured measurements of animal building emissions: gas concentrations., Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association (1995), October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 2006
  • An assessment of nitrogen-based manure application rates on 39 U.S. swine operations., Journal of environmental quality, May 2004
  • ANSI/ASABE EP585 Animal Mortality Composting Standard, ASABE Standards, December 2015

icon-bookmark-starAwards & Honors

  • Engineer of the Year, Nebraska Section of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2016
  • Outstanding Pork Service Award for Producer Outreach, Nebraska Pork Producers Association, 2016
  • ASABE Standards Development Award, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2016
  • Epsilon Sigma Phi Early Career Service Award, Epsilon Sigma Phi Honor Society - Mississippi Chapter, 2011
  • Success Award, Leadership Resources, 2014
  • State Pride Award for Faculty Excellence, Mississippi State University, 2011
  • Faces to Watch, UNL Institute of Ag and Natural Resources, 2013

Faculty Bio

Proposed Changes to Nebraska Recommendations for Manure Nitrogen Credit

April 7, 2020
Managing manure for economic and environmental benefit is based, in part, upon our ability to efficiently recycle manure nitrogen (N) between animals and crops.

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Flooded farmstead and grain bins
Flood-soaked grain is almost certain to be contaminated and present some unique challenges for disposal. (Photo by Lee Valley, Inc.)

Disposing of Flood-Soaked Grains and Forages

March 28, 2019
Regulatory considerations and recommended actions for managing flood-soaked grains and forages no longer usable for food or feed.

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