January 5-7, 2005
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2005
Session 1 (morning)
1. National Coordination: Synergism Ronald D. Lacewell, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Associate Director, Texas Agricultural Experiement Station
PowerPoint of Trends in Animal Manure Management ...
3. Environmental and General Public Concerns Suzy Friedman, Staff Scientist, Center for Conservation Incentives, Environmental Defense (Note: This is a PowerPoint file)
Session 1 (afternoon)
4. Working the Washington Agenda Lowell Randel, Meyers and Associates, Washington, D.C.
5. Risks of Antibiotics and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Animal Waste Christopher Ohl, M.D., Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Note: This is a PowerPoint file)
10. Seasonal Variations in NH3, H2S, and PM10 Emissions from Pig and Poultry Buildings from a Multi-state (Aerial Pollutants Emissions from Confined Animal Buildings –APECAB) Project Larry Jacobson, University of Minnesota; Al Heber, Purdue University; Steve Hoff, Iowa State University; Yuanhui Zhang, University of Illinois; John Sweeten, Texas A&M University; Dave Beasley, North Carolina State University.
11. Ammonia and Hydrogen Sulfide Fluxes and Dry Deposition Velocities from a Commercial Beef Cattle Feedlot In Texas Bok Haeng Baek, Richard Todd, Jacek A. Koziel and Andy Cole, Texas A&M University & USDA-ARS
12. Persistence of Mycobacterium Avium Subsp. Paratuberculosis and Other Pathogens During Composting, Manure Pack and Liquid Storage of Dairy Manure Frederick C. Michael, Jr., Sukhbir Grewal and Srinand Sreevatsan, Ohio State University
14. Occurrence and Transport of Antibiotics from Manured Fields to Surface Water Bodies G. Davis, Kenneth H. Carlson, Clinton C. Truman and James C. Ascough II, Colorado State University and USDA-ARS.
15. Evaluation of the Pathogen Reduction from Plug Flow and Continuous Feed Anaerobic Digesters Joe Harrison, Dale Hancock, Mike Gamroth, Debbie Davidson, Lindsay Oaks, James Evermann and Tamilee Nennich, Washington State University and Oregon State University
17. Using Spatial Analysis to Optimize Continuous Field Manure Applications Without Adverse Environmental Impact John H. Grove and Eugenia M. Pena-Yewtukhiw, University of Kentucky; and James A. Thompson, West Virginia University
20. A Novel Application of Feedlot Biomass (Cattle Manure) as Reburning Fuel for NOx Reduction in Coal-Fired Plants S. Arumugam, K. Annamalai, S. Priyadarsan, B. Thien and J. Sweeten, Texas A&M University
21. Development and Application of an Inexpensive Chamber for Analysis of VOCs, Greenhouse Gases, and Ammonia Emitted from Livestock Waste B.L. Woodbury, D.N. Miller, R.A. Eigenberg and J.A. Nienaber, USDA-ARS, University of Nebraska
PowerPoint of Development and Application ...
22. Improved GC-Olfactometry Based Malodor Assessment of Swine CAFOs Utilizing Novel Air Sampling Technologies Donald W. Wright, David K. Eaton, Lawrence T. Nielsen and Fred W. Kuhrt, Microanalytics (a MOCON Company)
23. Ammonia and Gaseous Nitrogen Emissions from a Commercial Beef Cattle Feed Yard Estimated Using the Flux-Gradient Method and N:P Ratio Analysis Richard W. Todd, USDA-ARS; N. Andy Cole, USDA-ARS; Lowry A. Harper, USDA-ARS; Thomas K. Flesch, University of Alberta; Bok-Haeng Baek, Texas A&M University
PowerPoint of The Re-Cycle System ...
27. Managing Potential Pollutants from Livestock Farms: An Economics Perspective Kelly Zering , North Carolina State University (Note: This is a PowerPoint file)
29. Development of Environmentally Superior Technology in North Carolina: The Super Soil Project B. Vanotti, A.A. Szogi, P.G. Hunt, A.Q. Ellison, P.D. Millner, ARS, Florence, S.C.; Frank J. Humenik, North Carolina State University
30. Reducing Soil Phosphorus Buildup from Animal Manure Application Gerald W. Evers, Texas A&M University (Note: This is a PowerPoint file)
32. Management Manure & Manure Treatment Plant: The Farm School Of Murcia University's Veterinary Science Faculty J. Mtnez-Almela, A. Muñoz Luna, J. Barrera; SELCO MC. Advanced Engineering, Castellón, Spain
PowerPoint of Management Manure ...
33. Phosphorus Removal on Dairies in the Pacific Northwest Ron Sheffield, University of Idaho; Joe Harrison, Washington State University; Keith Bowers, Multiform Harvest, Inc. (Note: this is a PowerPoint file)
PowerPoint of Phosphorus Removal ...
39. Partnership for Abating Ammonia Emissions from Dairy Farms Using a Logic Model to Build Consensus and Joint Work J. Mark Powell, USDA-ARS Dairy Forage Research Center, Madison, Wisconsin; Richard Klemme, Timm Johnson, and Ellen Taylor-Powell, University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension; Larry Bruss, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; and Thomas Misselbrook, Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, Devon, UK
40. Challenges in Implementing Phosphorus-Based Nutrient Management Planning Douglas Beegle, Penn State University; Andrew Sharpley, USDA-ARS PSWMRU; Jennifer Weld, USDA-ARS PSWMRU; Peter Kleinman, USDA-ARS PSWMRU
Moderator: Don Jones
42. Methodological Challenges to a Systems Approach to the Management of Animal Residuals Brent Auvermann, Texas A&M University (Note: This is a PDF of a PowerPoint file)
44. Environmental Policy and Factors that Impact Manure Management on Wisconsin Dairy Farms J. Mark Powell, USDA-ARS; Daniel McCrory, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Douglas Jackson-Smith, Utah State University; and H. Saam, University of Wisconsin-Madison
47. National Dairy Environmental Stewardship Council Final Report - Recommended Dairy Manure Management Practices Kristen Hughes, Sustainable Conservation; Suzy Friedman, Environmental Defense; Art Darling, Sunshine State Milk Producers and Ann Wilkie, University of Florida (Note: This is a link to the Sustainable Conservation Dairies Project Overview Web site)
48. Feeding High Moisture Corn Instead of Dry Rolled Corn Reduces Odor Production in Finishing Beef Cattle Manure Without Sacrificing Performance S.L. Archibeque, H.C. Freetly, D.N. Miller and C.L. Ferrell, USDA-ARS NB
49. Odor, Dust & Gaseous Emissions from Open-Lot CAFOs: Southern Great Plains John M. Sweeten, TAES-Amarillo; David Parker, WTAMU; Brent Auvermann, TCE/TAES-Amarillo; Andy Cole, USDA-ARS; Calvin Parnell, BAEN, TAMU; Ronaldo Maghirang and J. Pat Murphy, KSU; and Ben Weinheimer, Texas Cattle Feeders Association
PowerPoint of Odor, Dust ...
50. Manure Concentrations of N, P, Animal Performance, and Blood Urea Nitrogen Concentrations of Feedlot Steers Phase Fed Different Levels of Protein L.W. Greene, and J.T. Vasconcelos, TAES (Note: This is a PowerPoint file)
4:00 – 5:30 pm, Session 7A
51. Influencing Manure Management Decisions: Extension Implications from a Producer Survey Jessica G. Davis, Dana L. Hoag and Michael G. Lacy; Colorado State University
54. Applying Alternative Technologies to CAFOs: A Case Study Carol Balvanz, Iowa Cattlemen; John George, Agricultural Engineering Associates; Rick Koelsch, University of Nebraska; John Nienaber, USDA ARS; Ralph Summers, US EPA, Region 7
55. Evaluation of the Survivability of Fecal Coliform in Soil after Winter Application of Dairy Slurry on a Transitional-Organic Grazing-Based Dairy T.D. Nennich, J.H. Harrison and D.L. Davidson, Washington State University
56.Development of an Economically and Environmentally Responsible Technique for Decommissioning Anaerobic Swine Waste Lagoons Frank Humenik, Lou Licht, Craig Baird, Mark Rice and Mark Hucks; North Carolina State University; Ecolotree, Inc.; Nash County Center, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
57. Understanding Manure Management Behavior on Wisconsin Dairy Farms: Lessons from Recent On-Farm Research Douglas Jackson-Smith, Utah State University; J. Mark Powell, USDA-ARS; and Daniel McCrory , University of Wisconsin-Madison (Note: This is a PowerPoint file)
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