Soil & Water Conservation Program

Animal Waste Management

Animal Waste Management Animal waste management practices help to manage manure and other agricultural wastes. The practices are designed to reduce or prevent degradation of the soil and water resources. Systems are planned to eliminate discharge of pollutants to surface or groundwater and to recycle waste products back onto the land through correct soil application.

The following state cost-share practices are designed to address this concern:

Details for each individual practice are available in the eligible practices chapter of the districts' Cost Share Handbook.


N312 - Beef Waste Management System

Collect, control and manage agricultural waste, manure and litter from beef production operations to protect water and air quality and provide plant nutrients on agricultural land.
Details


N312 - Dairy Waste Management System

Collect, control and manage agricultural waste, manure and litter from dairy production operations to protect water and air quality and provide plant nutrients on agricultural land.
Details


Stack House

N312 - Poultry Waste Management

Collect, control and manage poultry litter from poultry production operations to protect water and air quality and provide plant nutrients on agricultural land.
Details


Swine Waste Management System

N312 - Swine Waste Management

Collect, control and manage agricultural waste from swine production operations to protect water and air quality and provide plant nutrients on agricultural land.
Details


Incinerator

N316 - Incinerator

Safely dispose of livestock and poultry carcasses to reduce pollution of water and soil resources.
Details


Composting Facility

N317 - Composting Facility

Build a composting facility to utilize natural decomposition to break down animal waste to be used to improve soil fertility and crop production.
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