In their busiest seasons, professional manure applicators are constantly in a race against time to meet the needs of their clients. These farms depend on custom applicators to empty their manure

As farms look for ways to better utilize manure, companies have risen to the task of finding novel solutions. Adoption of these new technologies can be slow, though, often making the manure innovation

In recent years, the window of manure application in the Upper Midwest has been limited by wet or unseasonably cold weather

Sludge is a nutrient-rich by-product of manure storage and treatment. Sludge accumulates at the bottom of the lagoon as a result of two processes: the biological treatment by microbial communities and

Popular media has created a buzz around feeding seaweed to ruminants in order to cut down their enteric methane emissions

Abby Bauer is the editor of Journal of Nutrient Management

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