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MANURE, Dung. When collected in a heap, it is considered as personal property, but, when spread, it becomes a part of the land and acquires the character of real estate. Alleyn, 31; 2 Ired. R. 326.

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The objective of this study was to use LCA methodology to assess the environmental impacts associated with standard biogas digesters in Vietnam and to compare them with the impacts associated with other standard manure management practices in order to determine whether the current employment of biogas digesters has net positive or negative environmental impacts.
Government is operating this National Biogas and Manure Management Programme (NBMMP) under which we install biogas plants in the habitats of farmers who have adequate number of livestock of cows and buffalos as the source of dung.
Understanding and addressing climate change forcing, air pollution, contamination of ground - or surface water and coastal zones, crop production costs, and dairy manure management require accounting for distinct ecosystems, stakeholders, and their roles in the nitrogen cycle.
Over the past few years the application of earthworms has increased as a powerful and perfect ecological system for manure management [19].
Around 51% of the emissions in Wales are estimated to originate from cattle manure management and other sources include transport and waste treatment and disposal.
The California CCA Board worked with the regulators to have CCAs recognized to be able to write manure management plans and to help implement the plans with the land owner.
Phil's website profile boasts he specialises in waste and manure management.
The United Kingdom, for instance, announced its Milk Roadmap in 2008--a voluntary campaign to reduce water usage 5-15 percent per liter of milk by 2010, develop manure management plans on 95 percent of farms, and reduce dairy-related greenhouse gases 20-30 percent below 1990 levels by 2020.
Manure pathogens; manure management, regulations, and water quality protection.
The free fact sheets show how, by making changes such as improving herd health, fertility, manure management, adopting energy-saving practices on farm, modifying feeding regimes and targeted breeding programmes, GHGs can be reduced, benefiting the farm enterprise as well as the wider environment.
The NERC Manure Management Education Project is designed to assist small and hobby farmers and livestock owners to understand and adopt best management practices for handling and using manure.