Collection and Storage of Agricultural Animal Wastes and Wastewater
AffiliationSoil, Water & Enviromental Science
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AbstractThe greatest management concern with animal wastes is the movement of nitrate into water supplies. Health problems in humans and livestock can result from excessive levels of nitrate in drinking water. This publication outlines the guidelines to minimizing the risk of contaminating your drinking water. It also lists a number of questions to check if your management practices in the collection and storage of animal wastes may pose a risk to your groundwater.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1014
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