June 12, 2014
How Much is Your Manure Worth?
Come to the 2014 University of Minnesota Fertilizer Value of Manure Field Days and discover the secrets to optimizing the value of the manure generated by your cattle-feeding operation.
Plan to attend and discover the actual fertilizer value of the manure associated with the three most common types of storage systems used in beef cattle feeding operations today – open lot bed pack and slats over pit manure storage.
You'll also see demonstrations of various manure application systems and have the opportunity to visit with representatives of companies that manufacture manure application equipment and related equipment and supplies.
Perhaps most importantly you have an opportunity to talk to the producers who own these systems and the beef industry professionals at Summit Livestock Facilities who design and construct these indoor cattle feeding operations to meet the very specific needs of beef producers like you.
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The information to be presented at these meetings includes the findings of extensive research that has been conducted for many years on many different kinds of feedlot operations by the University of Minnesota's Dr. Alfredo DiCostanzo Animal Science Professor at Univ. of Minn.
In addition you'll hear from experts on the Univ. of Minn. Beef Team including Nicole Kenney-Rambo Feedlot Extension Educator at Univ. of Minn.
The cost of attending is $25. This includes the information you will be provided after the meeting and lunch.
Call (800) 213-0567 or click here to register for the meeting near you.
Summit Livestock Facilities provides beef producers feedlot facility solutions that optimize sustainability and profit potential by working as a resource to bring together experts in financial feasibility regulatory compliance and manure management as well as collaborating design through excavation concrete post-frame building construction and total project construction management. Summit Livestock Facilities is a division of FBi Buildings Inc.