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What Are the Barriers and Benefits of Manure Use in Cropping Systems? (part 2 of 2)

August 19, 2020
Understanding the ag community's perceptions of manure's benefits and barriers is important to recycling manure nutrients efficiently. A recent survey is helping us understand the next steps to encouraging manure's use as a valuable asset.

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What Are the Barriers and Benefits of Manure Use in Cropping Systems? (part 1 of 2)

August 17, 2020
Understanding the ag community's perceptions of manure's benefits and barriers is important to recycling manure nutrients efficiently. A recent survey is helping us understand the next steps to encouraging manure's use as a valuable asset.

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Extending the Manure Application Window: Post Plant Experiences

May 21, 2020
Extending the window for manure application offers many possible advantages. One can reduce some of the labor and equipment challenges associated with busy spring application windows as well as deliver nutrients to the crop more closely timed to the crop’s nutrient’s needs.

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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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Manure Nitrogen Use for Increased Profit and Environmental Protection

February 5, 2020
Land application of manure and other organic materials supplies much N to Nebraska’s crop production. In contrast to most other nutrients applied in organic materials, the availability of manure-N and its fertilizer-N substitution value is not well-predicted.

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Manure: Waste or Valuable Agricultural Resource? (Survey)

January 8, 2020
Stories about manure often illustrate two opposing sentiments. Is manure a "waste" that pollutes our water resources and creates undesirable nuisances for communities? Or, is manure a "resource" that reduces the demand for importing greenhouse gas intensive inorganic fertilizers and improves the health of our soils? Please help us answer these questions by sharing your perspectives in a 15 minute survey.

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3 Resources on How Animal Manure Can Benefit Your Soils

June 4, 2019
Animal manure can be a valuable soil nutrient. Three stories at Water.unl.edu explore how manure improves soil fertility and productivity, how poultry manure can be managed in crop production, and how composted beef manure can be added to sugar beet production.

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Improving Manure Nitrogen Use Efficiency

April 18, 2019
A multi-year study of organic N used in Nebraska crop production validated sensor guided in-season N application as a means to efficiently use the N available from manure and other organic materials. See what benefits they found, as well as considerations for use.

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