Evaluating Proposed Swine Operations for Potential Odor Conflict

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Authors:
Robert E. Mikesell, The Pennsylvania State University

Reviewers:
Steve Moeller, The Ohio State University;
Ken Kephart, The pennsylvania State University

Introduction

The expense and potential liability associated with building or expanding a swine operation demands that …

Phosphorus Management in Pork Production

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Authors:
Brad C. Joern, Purdue University;
Alan L. Sutton, Purdue University

Reviewers:
Phillip Moore, USDA-ARS;
Chuck Landers, NRCS

Introduction

Energy and Nutrient Recovery from Swine Manures

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  • 2 Nutrient Recovery: Introduction
  • Solids Separation in Swine Manure Handling Systems

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    Pork Production and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    Author: Ray Massey and Ann Ulmer, University of Missouri

    Reviewers: Tom Wirth, USEPA; Mark Jenner, Biomass Rules, LLC

    Introduction

    Regardless of whether or not global warming is resulting from human activity, the amount of attention given to greenhouse gases (GHG) released by human activity is increasing. Major greenhouse gas initiatives, such as the Kyoto Protocol and the Chicago Climate Exchange, …

    Siting and Building Considerations to Reduce Odor Potential from Swine Operations

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    This fact sheet has been adapted from the National Pork Board funded publication, “Siting and Building Considerations to Reduce Odor Potential from Swine Facilities”.

    Authors:
    Jay D. Harmon, Iowa State …

    Swine Manure Storage and Handling Practices to Minimize Odors

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    This fact sheet has been adapted from the National Pork Board funded publication, “Swine Manure Storage and Handling Practices to Minimize Odors

    Author:
    Robert Burns, Iowa State University

    Reviewers:
    Phil Westerman, North Carolina State University;…