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  • EPA orders simplot cattle feeding company to change stock watering practice at grand view, ID, feedlot to protect the Snake River (ID)

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued the Simplot Cattle Feeding Company a legal order to halt discharges from its nearly 700-acre feedlot complex near Grand View, Idaho. Simplot confines between 30,000 and 65,000 cattle year round at this feedlot facility near the Snake River in southeastern Idaho. EPA’s order directs Simplot to immediately cease all discharge of pollutants ...

  • Irritec at Sipsa-Sima 2018

    Irritec will attend to Sipsa-Sima exhibition, that will take place from October 8th to 11th at the SAFEX Exhibition Park in Algiers, Algeria. Sipsa, the international tradeshow for livestock, agri-food and agricultural equipment, and Sima, the worldwide reference event for suppliers to the agricultural and livestock sectors, have teamed up to create the Sipsa-Sima trade show in Algeria, which ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • Floodwater Threat to Health

    The British Veterinary Association are warning of the considerable risk of disease from floodwater to pets and livestock in the countryside. Pet owners are being advised to keep pets away from the receding floodwater as many areas will have been contaminated with chemicals and sewage. Flooding has also affected many homes and large areas of land throughout the UK. Although the water is beginning ...

  • Storing Agricultural Wastewater Safely – Enduramaxx Storage Tanks

    Farming is often classed as a somewhat ‘thirsty’ industry sector, from livestock to dairy processing, cereal stocks to fruit and plant production, water is used throughout numerous stages of production. Of course, wastewater is invariably produced; something that needs strict management, storage and processing, especially with updates in May this year to the government’s policy ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Love a lush, green lawn?

    A lush green lawn is lovely to look at, but too much of a good thing can be bad. Often, that beautiful lawn is the result of regular fertilizing. An abundance of nitrogen and other nutrients in natural waterways can cause trouble for aquatic plant and animal life. High levels of nitrogen and phosphorus can cause an overgrowth of algae in the water, which then blocks light from getting to native ...


    By Eco Partners, Inc.

  • Defra Announces New Rules Which Include Wastewater Processing

    New rules to tackle water pollution announced by Defra this week could mean savings of £500 per farm business each year. Defra’s new consultation aims to improve the negative impact of water pollution with 11 new rules which combine proposals for improved management of livestock, soil and fertiliser sectors. The document states that field manure storage must be at last 10 metres away ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • LWR manure treatment system goes solar

    Solar energy is now making it easier for farms to implement the manure treatment technology that is revolutionizing the livestock industry. Livestock Water Recycling's Innovation Centre has just released the latest advancement in manure treatment technology which allows farmers the ability to power their LWR Manure Treatment System by solar energy. "Farmers inherently want to leave the world ...

  • Ag Attorney Sheds Light on Manure Handling, Application Regulations

    Although the Lake Erie algae problems that contaminated Toledo’s water supply in early August have subsided, the crisis raised questions about animal manure application on farmland in Ohio and how it may have contributed to the problem. In response, Ohio State University Extension’s agricultural and resource law field specialist has written a summary of Ohio laws relating to livestock ...


    By Ohio State University

  • EPA Schedules Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations Meeting, Aug. 30 in Arcadia, Iowa

    EPA Region 7 representatives will meet with livestock producers on Thursday, August 30, at the American Legion Hall, 210 W. Head Street, Arcadia, Iowa. EPA’s inspection program for concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs), winter feeding areas, aerial overflights, medium-sized CAFOs, nutrient management plans and manure stockpiles will be discussed. EPA staff will also review the ...

  • Sykes Hollow Innovations brings PIRIT™ Heated Hose to market

    Sykes Hollow Innovations, Ltd. (SHI) an engineering and technology developer based in Pawlet, Vermont, has introduced an electrically heated water hose for use in below-freezing temperatures. The PIRIT™ Heated Hoses solve a myriad set of problems for anyone who needs to deliver water outdoors in below freezing temperatures. Farmers who need to water livestock, horse owners, gardeners, RV owners, ...

  • Two new information briefs spotlight relationship with agriculture and energy

    As the need for water continues to increase to meet the demands of a growing population, understanding the relationship between groundwater and agriculture and groundwater and energy will be essential for safeguarding continued delivery of food, energy, and water to consumers. NGWA has researched and created two new information briefs that detail the importance of these relationships: ...

  • Bion Releases Operational Update

    Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB/QB: BNET) released an operational update today. The Kreider Farms system Grand Opening was held on July 21, 2011, while the system was still in the early operational shakedown phase. Comprehensive sampling and testing began in September.  The latest round of sampling demonstrates overall nitrogen management and Chesapeake Bay verified nitrogen ...

  • Spring Drought Leaves Millions of Chinese Thirsty

    BEIJING, China - Drought in provinces across northern China has left 4.8 million people and an equal number of livestock short of drinking water, the state drought relief headquarters said today. Temperatures are higher than normal for this time of year and rain is scarce, meteorologists said. Eleven million hectares of crops have been affected by drought in Gansu, Hebei, Henan and Liaoning, as ...

  • The National Dairy Show: free stall places, best show circuit facilities

    The Livestock Event’s National Dairy Show is scheduled to take a lead by offering exhibitors the best facilities on the show circuit with more free stall places and more time to showcase their cattle to the biggest commercial dairy farmer audience including international visitors. Equally, the event’s strict rules for showing dairy cows will enable fair competition and a level playing ...

  • A new tool to assess nitrogen and phosphorus flow in agriculture

    MITERRA-EUROPE is a new tool that models the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus, among other key pollutants, used in agriculture across all 27 Member States at regional, country and EU-27 levels. It can be used to calculate the effects of different strategies to minimise excess pollution.  Many regions in the EU-27 use more nitrogen and phosphorus in agriculture than is required. The main sources ...

  • Best Avian Control Applications for Dairy Barn Operators

    Dairy barns can easily become infested with birds during the colder months. This pest bird infestation can lead to shortages in livestock feed, damage to barn structures and even help problems for humans and animals alike. Make sure your dairy barn stays bird free with Avian Enterprises. Our product, Avian Control, solves your bird problems for good. What is the Best Way to Apply Avian ...


    By Avian Enterprises, LLC

  • Petersen-Bubke, LLP, beef feedlot in Monona County, Iowa, to pay $10,000 penalty for illegal discharges into rush creek

    Petersen-Bubke, LLP, a beef cattle feedlot in Monona County, Iowa, has agreed to pay a $10,000 civil penalty to the United States for violations of the federal Clean Water Act related to discharges of pollutants into Rush Creek and its tributaries. According to an administrative civil consent agreement and final order filed by EPA in Kansas City, Kan., EPA personnel conducted a compliance ...

  • Investing in ecosystem services vital to improving food security, says UN

    Recognising healthy ecosystems as the basis for sustainable water resources and stable food security can help produce more food per unit of agricultural land, improve resilience to climate change and provide economic benefits for poor communities, according to a new report from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), in partnership ...

  • Food security situation in the Sahel remains dire

    About 11 million people in the Sahel are still severely food insecure, FAO warned today. Poor families have used up their food stocks and are facing high food prices awaiting the next harvest. FAO is appealing to the international community to increase funding for aid to the most vulnerable farmers and herders in the region south of the Sahara. Despite an FAO appeal for a total of $113.1 million ...

  • Skagit county’s samish bay shellfish beds deserve better protection, say federal, state and county officials

    Skagit County’s Samish watershed will come under closer scrutiny by federal, state and county environmental inspectors as they pursue cleaner water and safer shellfish in Puget Sound’s Samish Bay. The boost in protection includes coordinated inspections in the Samish Watershed and a $960,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to Skagit County to locate, identify and remedy ...

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