NEBRASKA SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE SOCIETY NEWSLETTER
Fall 1997, Number 60
The Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society promotes an agriculture
that builds healthy land, people, communities and quality of life, for
present and future generations.
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For the individual who has developed a grazing system, this manure is
"money in the pot." A 100 head beef cow herd will produce approximately
1150 tones of manure. The University of Nebraska has valued each ton,
on a nutrient basis, at $9.57. The gross value of that manure is a
Does the value of manure reflect loss to the atmoshere of 50 % in the form of
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