Consequences Of Federal Manure Management Proposals: Cost To Swine Operations From Land Applying Manure
AbstractA manure application cost model was used with survey data to examine the costs to confined swine operations of meeting proposed mandatory nutrient management plans across regions and size classes. Sector costs are examined under alternative scenarios involving nutrient standards, and owner willingness to accept, and the use of phytase.
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