June 1, 2012
Minnesota Beef Feedlot Permitting Information
June 1 2012 Remington Indiana: Miles Ridgway President of Summit Livestock Facilities a DBA and brand of FBi Buildings Inc. has announced the availability of newly published information about the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) regulations regarding the permitting and construction of enclosed beef feedlot facilities in Minnesota. According to Ridgway this information is being released by Summit Livestock Facilities to help beef producers who may be unsure of the new and changing beef feedlot permitting requirements in Minnesota.
The information has been written by Nic Rowe P.E. at Pro Ag Engineering of Lakefield MN and published by Summit Livestock Facilities as a free service to the beef industry in Minnesota South Dakota and Iowa.
Rowe is a licensed engineer in Minnesota and frequently consults with beef producers and other livestock operators regarding permitting and facilities design.
Interested parties may request this free publication by contacting a Summit Livestock Facilities representative at 800-213-0567 or by visiting the Summit Livestock Facilities website: www.summitlivestock.com.
Summit Livestock Facilities helps livestock producers manage risk ensure regulatory compliance and improve profit potential. Services of the company include consulting relative to financial feasibility funding environmental regulatory permitting and ongoing compliance. Summit designs and builds monoslope beef barns gable beef barns manure storage and commodity storage buildings and other beef related structures and provides turn-key comprehensive construction management of those projects.