Reducing the risk of groundwater contamination from livestock manure management Public Deposited

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  • Spreading livestock and poultry manure on crop and pastureland is a way to reclaim the value of the plant nutrients in manure. This practice is the most popular and widely recommended way to utilize these manures. Nitrogen and phosphorus are the nutrients of greatest value in manure and are the most frequent basis upon which land application rates are calculated.
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