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Manure handling


Determine Feeding Strategies for Reducing P and N Content in Manure

24 January 2014

Phosphorus and nitrogen (in the form of protein and amino acids) are both environmental factors and essential nutrients.


Database of manure sampled on case-study farms in the Baltic Sea Region

21 January 2014

Manure was sampled from selected dairy, pig and poultry farms in Estonia, Finland, Poland and Sweden.


The Manure Tool – a simplified tool for Life Cycle Assessments of Manure Management in the Baltic Sea Regions

23 December 2013

The Manure Tool is a screening tool for obtaining a fast impression of the environmental benefits and drawbacks of a variety of manure management techniques and combinations of these.


Database containing Life Cycle Inventory data for Manure Management in the Baltic Sea Regions

23 December 2013

As a part of work package 5, a Life Cycle Inventory database has been established.


Manure Properties on Case-Study Farms in the Baltic Sea Region

03 December 2013

This report presents sampling results of manure properties from selected dairy, pig and poultry farms in Estonia, Finland, Poland and Sweden.


Economics of manure logistics, separation and land application

01 November 2013

This study evaluates possibilities for manure nutrient utilization under changing market conditions, different techniques, and agri-environmental legislation


Examples of Implementing Manure Processing Technology at Farm Level

07 June 2013

This report presents a selection of manure processing technologies currently available in the BSR and, more importantly, describes examples of implementation of these technologies on farms


Manure Handling Techniques on Case- Study Farms in Baltic Sea Region

06 March 2013

This report presents an overview of manure handling techniques currently in practice on large-scale animal production farms in the BSR



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