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Environment and Natural Resources » Waste Management

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  • MF3185
    MF3185
    How Much Gas Do Beef or Dairy Cattle Produce?

    Beef and dairy cattle operations produce greenhouse gas emissions from feed digestion and manure decomposition. Producers need to be aware of what gases are emitted and why they are of concern so they can take steps to control and counteract these emissions. 4-page, color.

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  • MF3184
    MF3184
    Anaerobic Digestion of Livestock Manure: Feasibility and Factors to Consider

    A draft is available while the publication is being completed. Anaerobic digestion (AD) of livestock manure offers a management option for livestock producers to generate energy from manure. Producers must weigh the costs of an AD system against the potential benefits. 4-page.

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  • MF3180
    MF3180
    Carbon Footprint of Livestock Production

    Livestock producers can evaluate the carbon footprint of their production and make environmentally responsible choices. A number of factors influencing carbon emissions are discussed as well as ways to operate facilities efficiently and responsibly. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2918
    MF2918
    Technologies for Odor Control in Swine Production Facilities

    Outlines best practices for managing odors and air pollution related to swine facilities. 6-page, b/w.

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  • MF3067
    MF3067
    Phytoremediation: Protecting the Environment with Plants

    Phytoremediation uses vegetation to contain, sequester, remove, or degrade inorganic and organic contaminants in soil, sediment, surface water, and groundwater. Kansas State University developed a phytoremediation database. The database contains more than 120 contaminants and 1,130 plant species. 8 p.

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