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Within This Chapter: Manure Management on Organic Farms
- Introduction to Manure Management on Organic Farms
- National Organic Program Standards for Manure
- Benefits and Limitations in Using Livestock Manure
- Managing Nutrients in Livestock Manure
- Timing of Manure Application
- Manure Application Rates
- Manure Application Methods
- Manure Storage Systems