Ethanol Co-Products Impact on Manure Nutrient Management Webcast

The rapidly expanding ethanol industry is producing increasing amounts of corn co-products that will be used in livestock and poultry diets. Inclusion of distillers grains and corn gluten feed in diets alter excretion of nitrogen and phosphorous in manure and therefore impacts nutrient planning. This webcast will explain how feeding ethanol co-products may impact manure nutrient management. The speakers are Joel DeRouchey, Kansas State University who will discuss the impacts for swine and poultry operations. Considerations for beef and dairy operations will be discussed by Galen Erickson, University of Nebraska. This webcast was originally broadcast on February 15, 2008 More…

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The Ethanol Industry and Impacts on Livestock Production

John Lawrence (8 minutes)

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Tools for Adapting NMP to Reflect Feeding Program

Joel DeRouchey (5 minutes) To view the spreadsheets and tools mentioned in this presentation, please see the links to additional resources at the bottom of this page.

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Impact of Feeding Distillers Grains to Ruminants on Nutrient Planning

Galen Erickson (28 minutes)

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Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles for Swine and Poultry: Impacts on Nutrient Planning and Manure Management

Joel DeRouchey (18 minutes)

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Take Home Message

John Lawrence (9 minutes)

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