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CAFO Winter Spreading

Remember that your CAFO permit requires you to have (and document) a minimum of 6 months’ storage capacity sometime between November 1 and December 31. That is so that you don’t have to spread manure during the winter months. Many farms are using winter spreading as a tool for getting manure out to crop fields […]

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CAFO Record Keeping Reminder

I am looking at the calendar and am reminded that with fall weather just around the corner, crop harvests and manure spreading is likely on many of your minds.  This is also a good time to review your CAFO records. Is your manure spreading plan ready yet? How do your soil tests look, are they […]

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Proper manure management is important for everyone | MSU Extension

Proper manure management is important for everyone, including small-scale livestock or horse farms | MSU Extension. Contact CJD Farm Consulting, Inc. to see how we can help you keep track of your manure nutrients.

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Parlor practices that successfully manage mastitis | MSU Extension

Which practices help to prevent mastitis? Take a guess. You may be surprised at the results from a recent survey. Parlor practices that successfully manage mastitis | MSU Extension.

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An inside look at how meat and poultry plants clean everything | MSU Extension

Have you ever wondered what it takes to keep meat and poultry processing plants clean?   Check out the American Meat Institute’s glass walls project and see.

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