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Economic analysis of manure technologies

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dc.coverage.spatial Ontario 2018-07-25T14:41:50Z 2018-07-25T14:41:50Z 2002 2002-10-01
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this program is to conduct economic analysis of different manure technologies. Users can compare the economic costs and benefits of a traditional manure management system with a new technology or compare new technologies with each other. Three stages of manure management will be considered and they are manure collection/storage, manure treatment and manure handling. Assessing the costs and benefits at each stage provides a more detailed analysis. This document provides an overview of the program.
dc.description.sponsorship Cold Springs Farm
dc.description.sponsorship Selves Farms
dc.description.sponsorship Ontario Pork
dc.description.sponsorship Premium Pork
dc.description.sponsorship Ontario Pork Industry Council
dc.description.sponsorship Poultry Industry Council
dc.description.sponsorship Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food through Healthy Futures For Ontario Program
dc.format pdf
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher Queen's Printer for Ontario
dc.rights Queen's Printer for Ontario, Crown Copyright, Non-Commercial Use Permitted
dc.subject manure en_US
dc.subject manure management en_US
dc.subject nutrient en_US
dc.subject economic en_US
dc.title Economic analysis of manure technologies en
dc.type Report
dc.rights.holder Queen's Printer for Ontario
dc.contributor.affiliation Ridgetown College, University of Guelph
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