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Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation

Donald G Wagner

Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation

by Donald G Wagner

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Ada, Okla, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beef cattle -- Feeding and feeds -- United States.,
  • Waste products as feed

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Donald G. Wagner, Barbara A. Ackerson, Ronald R. Johnson
    SeriesEnvironmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-77-175
    ContributionsAckerson, Barbara A , jt. auth, Johnson, Ronald R , jt. auth, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Oklahoma State University
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 73 p. :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13601544M

      Cattle: in particular beef and veal from suckler cow herds. Cattle are particularly sensitive to exposure from environmental PCB contamination [17, 49]. Cattle take up PCBs and PCDD/Fs from feed, including from feed contaminated with soil particles (e.g., grass, grass silage or hay). Grazing cattle are also exposed to contaminated soil during. Cambridge Core - Natural Resource Management, Agriculture, Horticulture and forestry - Global Deforestation - by Christiane Runyan.

      Even they consume substances which leave much indigestible residue, such as skin, ligaments and bones, but civilised man, when living on a flesh dietary removes as much of such things as possible. The monkeys, apes, and man (comprised in the order Primates have a digestive canal intermediate in complexity and in length to the herbivora and. CH4 emision: For every g of cellulose digested = 3 hemicellulose = 5 soluble residue. (Moe and Tyrrell, ) Soluble sugars > potential than starch. (Johnson & Johnson, ) Cattle in finishing phase fed with barley - % corn based diets - % of GEI CH4 losses accounted. (Beauchemin & McGinn, ).

    More than 20% of beef cattle in the U.S. ( million head) are raised in the lower Midwest United States. The region has more than million acres of private pasture that engages over , farm families. Equal numbers of beef cattle are born or spend at least a portion of their lives on pastures in the southeastern United States. Meat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search For other uses, s.


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Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation by Donald G Wagner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Influence of Recycling Beef Cattle Waste on Indigestible Residue Accumulation Paperback – Ma by U. Environmental Protection Agency (Creator). Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation.

Ada, Okla.: Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; Springfield, Va. ; available through the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type.

Studies were conducted to investigate the effect of feces recycling in beef cattle diets (rations) on the digestibility of various dietary nutrients and on the accumulation of indigestible residues. Feces were refed in three successive phases based primarily upon the quantity of feces produced in the.

Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation / By Donald G. Wagner, Ronald R. Johnson, Barbara A. Ackerson, Stillwater. Oklahoma. Agricultural Experimental Station and Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory. Abstract. Abstract. Animal wastes represent one of the most important under-utilized resources and the quantity produced per year is very large.

For example, in the United States the quantity has been estimated at approximately million metric tons Assuming the wastes contain 15% dry matter, the annual dry matter yield would be approximately million metric by:   Introduction. The global population of cattle is ≈ billion with the largest populations being in India, Brazil and China.

1 Approximately million head of cattle are slaughtered each year, with the United States, Brazil and the European Union producing 48% of the world's beef. 1 The demand for beef is predicted to increase by 16% between andwith the majority of this.

Measurements were taken of soil nutrient levels, residue levels, pasture forage growth, cattle weight and condition, feed consumption, and economic factors.

Materials and Methods The trial was started in the fall of and was conducted at the Termuende Research farm in. Manure Treatment. In12% of pig farms, 11% of poultry farms, and % of cattle farms used some sort of treatment for their manure.

Manure treatment for the three main farm animal types accounted for million tons (Loyon, ), that is, % of the million tons of manure produced main processes, predominantly used at the farm, were composting ( million. to beef cattle, dairy cattle and Intensive livestock farming generally contri butes to the accumulation of heavy met als in possibiliti es whil e recycling waste mater ial into a good feed.

1. Introduction Sustainable food production and Canadian beef. In37% of the global land area was used for agriculture (World Bank, a).Agricultural systems play a dominant role in feeding the human population and provided % of global employment in (World Bank, b).However, agricultural management and deforestation to provide land for farming accounted for.

Wagner DG, Ackerson BA, Johnson RR () US EPA report of Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation. Robert S. Kerr Environmental research Laboratory, U.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA/) Google Scholar. The beef cattle industry represents a viable source of waste biomass produced all year round.

In the UK, ten millions of cattle and calves are being grown annually. In the USA, the annual inventory of cattle and calves is of 94 million.

Texas, Kansas and Nebraska are the three states with the largest beef cattle. EVALUATION OF BEEF CATTLE FEEDLOT WASTE MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVES by A. Butchbaker, J. Carton, G. Mahoney and M. Paine Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Oklahoma for the OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND MONITORING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Grant # FXG November, For.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In this report, cattle waste is defined as the solid waste from beef or dairy cattle. This waste may contain litter bedding material and appreciable levels of soil if animals are housed on dirt lots.

Swine wastes from con- finement herds are generally collected into pits and are frequently treated by a variety of aerobic systems to reduce odor.

These include dairy cow operations with hundreds of cows, beef and hog feedlots with thousands of animals, and poultry enterprises with many hundreds of thousands of birds.

Infor example, only percent of all beef cow-calf producers had herds larger than animals, but these producers produced percent of all the calves produced.

Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation -Environmental Protection Technology Series. Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Ada, Oklahoma, USA. Cattle farmers have long known the virtues of silage corn. But silage corn as a distinct crop has emerged only in the past decade or so when plant breeders started to identify genotypes with, not only good agronomic traits and grain yields, but also attributes of special importance for whole-plant silage use.

The objective of this study was to determine the variability in nutritive value for ruminants of tomato pomace (TP) samples and analyze its effect on in vitro fermentation when it was included in a high-concentrate diet.

Twelve TP samples were obtained from two processing plants at weekly intervals and analyzed for chemical composition, in vitro rumen fermentation, and intestinal digestibility.

Influence of recycling beef cattle waste on indigestible residue accumulation / by Donald G. Wagner, Sampling for organic chemicals and microorganisms in the subsurface / by William J.

Dunlap [et a Prediction of mineral quality of irrigation return flow / by Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and. Beef Cattle Slotted Floors Dairy Cattle Utilization of Agricultural Organic Waste Recycling of Organic Materials for Fertilization Organic Mulch Concentrated Organic Manures Aquatic Weeds Such distribution has important implications for nutrient gains from residue recycling which would be maximum in case of K and least for N and P.Its broad, international coverage includes feedlot systems, transport, subsistence farming systems and the contribution of cattle production systems to land, air and water pollution.

It is an invaluable resource for undergraduate students of animal science, veterinary medicine and agriculture, as well as diploma and certificate courses and. Recycling waste such as municipal sewage sludge (SS) and yard waste (YW) for use as low-cost fertilizer resulted in positive effects on the growth and yield of vegetable crops.

Colorado is the second highest producer of high solids cattle waste (HSCW) in the United States (U.S.). In the first study, beef cattle in sixteen small-scale.