University of Wisconsin-Extension will host the Midwest Manure Summit on Feb. 15-16, 2011 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI.
Conference topics and speakers include:
- Air Quality, What’s coming in 2011, and What Should You Do? John Ferguson, P. Eng, Conestoga-Rovers & Associates.
- Utilizing Biofilters for Air Emissions and Odor Reduction from Animal Production and Waste Storage Structures, Joe Taraba, University of Kentucky.
- European Perspectives on Technical and Economical Approaches to Phosphorus Recycling, Marie-Line Daumer, Cemagref, France.
- USDA-Developed Technologies for Recovering Manure Phosphorus, Ariel Szogi, USDA-ARS, South Carolina.
- Managing Manure to Minimize Environmental Impact, Joe Harrison, Washington State University.
- Making Digesters Work: The Economics of Bedding and Co-feeding, Dana Kirk, manager, ADRE Center, Michigan State University.
- Ecological Impacts on Future Farming, Ann Wilkie, University of Florida.
- Profitability of Digesters – If I Knew Then, What I Know Now, Bob Nagel, DVM., Holsum Dairy, Chilton, WI.
More details and registration information about the Midwest Manure Summit can be found at the conference website, www.midwestmanure.com . For more information, contact one of the conference chairs: Paul Dyk, 920-929-3171, [email protected] , Mark Hagedorn, 920-391-4610, [email protected] , or Abby Huibregtse, 920-834-6849, [email protected] .