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Best Environmental Management Practices for Open Feedlots -- Solutions for Open Feedlot Operators

Jeff Lorimor , Shawn Shouse

Checklist and discussion for best management practices for open feedlots to minimize impact on nearby soil, water, and air.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 09/2003
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