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The Rationale for Recovery of Phosphorus and Nitrogen from Dairy Manure (Anaerobic Digestion Systems Series)

Georgine Yorgey , Craig Frear , Chad Kruger , Tara Zimmerman ,
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This publication explains the main environmental and economic reasons for implementing emerging phosphorus and nitrogen nutrient recovery technologies on dairies, with a particular focus on the western United States. Topics covered include manure management, revenue generation, and the role that nutrient recovery plays in achieving environmental quality.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 8
Publication Date: 2014-06-01

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