The Vermont Manure Nutrient Manager
Bill Jokela, John Rankin and Sue Hawkins, Associate extension professor and research technician, Department of Plant and Soil Science, University of Vermont, and manager Champlain Valley Crop Management Association, firstname.lastname@example.org
This computer spreadsheet template was designed to help those developing nutrient management plans for dairy and other livestock farms by recommending manure application rates that provide the most cost-effective and environmentally sound use of the manure resource. The program recommends manure rates for individual fields based on soil test-based nutrient need, manure analysis, manure management information, and the user's choice of N, P, or K as the limiting nutrient. The program also keeps a running tally of the total amount allocated to all fields on the farm and compares it to the amount available for spreading. It also estimates an economic value of manure to be applied.
Download Vermont Manure Nutrient Manager
The Instructions are contained in both the Excel spreadsheet and the
Download Dairy Manure Production Estimator
Dairy Manure Production Estimator Lotus 1-2-3 2.2
Dairy Manure Production Estimator Example Lotus 1-2-3 2.2 - dmpexp.xls
Dairy Manure Production Estimator Instructions WordPerfect 5.1 - dmpe.doc
This site is maintained by Sid.Bosworth@uvm.edu, Plant & Soil Science Department, University of Vermont.
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