Animal Diet Modification to Decrease the Potential for Nitrogen and Phosphorus Pollution

Issue Papers - IP21 - July 2002
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This issue paper outlines the technologies and approaches that poultry and livestock producers can use to decrease the amounts of nitrogen and phosphorus entering the environment. This study focuses on two nutrients and addresses two environmental concerns: volatilization and manure nutrient distribution. Decreasing the nitrogen and phosphorus excreted by poultry, swine, or cattle can minimize these concerns. Chair: Terry Klopfenstein, Department of Animal Science, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

IP21, July 2002, 16 pp., Available free online and in print (fee for shipping/handling).

Task Force Chair

Terry Klopfenstein

Task Force Author(s)

Roselina Angel
Gary Cromwell
Galen Erickson
Danny Fox
Carl Parsons
Larry Satter
Alan Sutton

Task Force Reviewers

David Baker
Austin Lewis
Deanne Meyer

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