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Jeff Browning, David Stephens, Michael Heaton, and Jerry Foster - Lagoon Management Panel Discussion

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Lagoon Management Panel Discussion - Jeff Browning, David Stephens, Michael Heaton, and Jerry Foster, from the 2014 Missouri Pork Expo , February 11 - 12, 2014, Columbia, MO, USA. …

Lagoon Management Panel Discussion - Jeff Browning, David Stephens, Michael Heaton, and Jerry Foster, from the 2014 Missouri Pork Expo , February 11 - 12, 2014, Columbia, MO, USA.

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  • 1. 2014 Missouri Pork Expo Producer Education Sessions Lagoon Management Panel Discussion
  • 2. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion Panel Members •Jeff Browning, Engineer and Farmer, Bowling Green •David Stephens, Farmer, United Hog Systems, Marshall •Michael Heaton, Environmental Specialist, MO DNR Macon •Jerry Foster- Environmental Manager, Cargill, Jefferson City
  • 3. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion Embarrassment Warning and Disclaimer If you are a Cargill Contract Feeder, remember, pictures from your farm may show up in this presentation as either good or bad examples. As long as you don’t say anything, you and I are the only ones that will know.
  • 4. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion What is a lagoon?
  • 5. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion A lagoon is a system used for management of liquid manure Four Subsystems •Earthen structure •Biological Treatment Unit •Pumps and pipe to and from the lagoon •Land Application Area or Soil – Plant Filter
  • 6. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion I don’t have enough hogs to need a CAFO permit. So DNR can’t touch me. Right?
  • 7. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion What is the hardest thing about managing a lagoon system?
  • 8. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion
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  • 10. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion What do these things have in common? 40 inches
  • 11. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion What is freeboard? Is it important? Why can’t I just fill in the spillway and use that extra berm height to increase my storage?
  • 12. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion How often are you supposed to pump the lagoon down?
  • 13. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion How often are you supposed to pump the lagoon down?
  • 14. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion How often does the average producer clean solids out of the lagoon? How often Should the average producer clean solids out of the lagoon?
  • 15. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion How often are you supposed to pump the lagoon down?
  • 16. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion
  • 17. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion If my lagoon is already full of manure solids sludge, what is the best way to get it out?
  • 18. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion If my lagoon is already full of manure solids sludge, what is the best way to get it out?
  • 19. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion If my lagoon is already full of manure solids sludge, what is the best way to get it out?
  • 20. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion at 2014 Missouri Pork Expo Producer Education Sessions 20
  • 21. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion Why is it important to control grass, weeds, brush and trees on the lagoon berm?
  • 22. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion
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  • 24. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion After a lagoon berm has sat for a year or two, can you stop worrying about erosion and settling?
  • 25. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion When I do daily and weekly inspections of the pipe and pump system, what am I supposed to look for?
  • 26. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion
  • 27. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion
  • 28. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion What tips do you have for managing the land application area (soil-plant filter)?
  • 29. Lagoon Management Panel Discussion