Unformatted text preview: the finisher unit. There are a total of 115 acres available for manure application. The main crop is corn with some soybeans and a little bit of grass hay. The starter house is cleaned between every flock. The finisher house is cleaned after every three flocks. Manure is stacked on the ground behind the house when it is not suitable to spread. At one time this was a dairy farm with a freestall barn and small liquid manure storage. The farmer has worked out an agreement with a neighboring dairy farmer to house 50 heifers in these old facilities. Part of the agreement is that the dairy farmer will spread the heifer manure on the turkey farmer’s land. These heifers have access to a small pasture for exercise about 4 hour per day year round. Name of Plan Developer ___________________________________________ Certification Number of Plan Developer _______________________ 418 Poultry 2004...
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2008 for the course AN SC 418 taught by Professor Kephart,kennethbeegle,douglasbr during the Fall '06 term at Penn State.
- Fall '06