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Predicting cattle feedlot runoff and retention basin quality
J. Ronald Miner
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Ada, Okla, Cincinnati, Ohio
Written in English
|Statement||J. Ronald Miner, James K. Koelliker, and Marshall J. English|
|Contributions||Koelliker, James K, English, Marshall J, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
feedlot. With a basin surface area 1/20 of the feedlot area, this results in design solids accumulation of to 2 feet in the basin. Basin size and shape. When all design criteria are considered, basins are. commonly designed with a surface area at least 1/20 of the contributing runoff (feedlot) area and a minimum. liquid depth of at least. highest density of feedlot cattle in Canada. However, the quantity and quality of runoff from beef cattle () feedlots in this unique region has not been investigated. Our objective was to compare runoff quantity () to catch-basin design criteria; determine concentrations of selected inorganic chemical parameters () in.
Abstract. Beef cattle feedlots face serious environmental challenges associated with manure management, including greenhouse gas, odor, NH 3, and dust ions affecting emissions are poorly characterized, but likely relate to the variability of feedlot surface moisture and manure contents, which affect microbial processes. Feedlot runoff Feedlots are containment areas used to raise large numbers of animals to an optimum weight within the shortest time span possible. Most feedlots are open air, and are thereby subject to variable weather conditions. A substantial portion of the feed is not converted into meat, and is excreted, thus degrading the air, ground, and surface water quality.
need to document the potential water quality impact of cattle pastures and have tools to estimate this impact relative to other land uses on cattle farms. As quantifying runoff nutrient loss from all sources on a cattle farm through physical monitoring is expensive and lengthy, * Corresponding author. Tel.: +1 ; fax: +1 water and feedlot runoff. Runoff can be collected from feedlot areas and di verted to settling basins and holding ponds by using curbs, channels, terraces, pipes or combinations of these. All parts of the runoff con trol facilities need to be kept free of obstructions such as weeds, tree limbs, and accumula tions of solids.
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The predicted quality for basin contents will be compared with analytical data based upon samp- ling a cattle feedlot runoff retention basin in eastern Illinois during the summer of In a separate but related effort, quality changes occurring during the sprinkler application of anaerobically stored liquid manure to cropland was investigated.
Predicting cattle feedlot runoff and retention basin quality. Ada, Okla.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, Robert S.
Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory ; Cincinnati, Ohio: Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type. Predicting cattle feedlot runoff and retention basin quality / J. Ronald Miner, James K. Koelliker, and Marshall J.
English U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory: Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] Ada, Okla.: Cincinnati, Ohio Knowledge of runoff quality from beef cattle feedlot pens would be useful to design effective management practices to protect water quality.
This publication is intended to share runoff quality measurements from three beef cattle feedlot pen surfaces under North Dakota management and climatic conditions.
Quantity and Quality of Runoff from a Beef Cattle Feedlot in Southern Alberta Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Environmental Quality 33(3). cropland is often irrigated with catch-basin effluent, the chemical quality of the effluent may affect the soil and crop.
Fig. Layout of the beef cattle feedlot in southern Alberta that was Persistence of bacteria in feedlot runoff or catch ba-used in this study. sins has been examined in the USA (McCoy, ; Hru.
Rainfall runoff from the pens is heavily loaded with nutrients. While this runoff can provide a good source of nutrients for plant growth, it needs to be safely stored until it can be utilised.
Utilisation of manure, compost and effluent Feedlot manure, compost and effluent can be valuable sources of nutrients and organic matter for. Journal of Environmental Quality Abstract - Waste Management Quantity and Quality of Runoff from a Beef Cattle Feedlot in Southern Alberta View My Binders This article in JEQ (–) persisted in the catch-basin water and soil.
Runoff. The beef feedlot is 32 X m, or m2. The gradient of the feedlot toward the ramp is 1%. A concrete sedimentation and drainage channel carries runoff from the feedlot ramp to a concrete storage pad at the swine barn.
The drainage channel is X m, or m2 and the storage pad is X m, or m2. The total paved area. Saskatchewan Feedlot Capacity One-time Capacity (head) Number of Feedlots O 1 10, to 20, 6 5, to 10, 6 2, to 5, 22 1, to 2, 38File Size: KB.
Determine the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of rainfall runoff from an actual beef cattle feedlot under normal oper- ating conditions. Determine the quality changes as the waste water traversed the collection, retention, and treatment system from the feedpens to the receiving flood control reservoir.
[q,~tcr Rc~'~/rt'h ~o[. 9, pp to Pergamon Press Printed in Great Britain. CHEMICAL AND BIOSTIMULATORY PROPERTIES OF CATTLE FEEDLOT RUNOFF DANIEL S. FtLIP,* E. JOE MIDDLEBROOKS,'i" and DONALD B. PORCELLA+ Division of Environmental Engineering, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, U.S.A.
(Receiced 16 January ; in revised Jbrm 13 Cited by: 3. Woodbury et al., Woodbury et al., a Woodbury et al., b Runoff from eight open lot beef cattle pens (about cattle) moved from the pens through a grass approach, settling basin.
Table 4. Average concentration of nutrients, salts and other water quality parameters from stored cattle feedlot runoff in Texas -- Texas High Plains4 South Texas3 Runoff, Holding Water Quality Parameters Holding Ponds Fresh Ponds Playas Nitrogen, ppm 1, 20 Phosphorus, ppm 43 12 Potassium, ppm 1, 1, 60File Size: 1MB.
Environmental and Housing Effects on Feedlot Cattle Performance TABLE Effect of Animal Density on Feedlot Performance of Beef Cattle a Area per animal Square feet: 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 Square meter: February to June Initial weight lb kg Final weight lb kg Author: Tilden Wayne Perry.
Quantity and quality of runoff from a beef cattle feedlot in southern Alberta. Miller JJ(1), Handerek BP, Beasley BW, Olson EC, Yanke LJ, Larney FJ, McAllister TA, Olson BM, Selinger LB, Chanasyk DS, Hasselback P.
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National Beef Cattle Feedlot Environmental Code of Practice iii Foreword The beef cattle feedlot industry is an important, value-adding component of Australian agriculture, representing a value of production of approximately $ billion whilst employing some 2, people directly and almost 7, more indirectly.
i 1 FEEDLOT RUNOFF: Volume 1: Quantity and quality of rainfall and 2 snowmelt runoff from pens 3 4 CAESA RESEARCH PROJECT RES 5 6 FEEDLOT RUNOFF: Volume 1: Quantity and quality of rainfall and snowmelt 7 runoff from pens 8 9 Authors: 10 *Brian Kennedy,11 Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Vermilion 12 13 **Richard.
While they are in the feedlot, cattle are fed a grain-based ration, designed to promote the highest live-weight gain per day. Depending on the feedlot system, live-weight gains range from to kg per head per day. Cattle arrive at the feedlot and receive veterinary treatments (vaccination, tagging, etc.) and areFile Size: KB.
of cattle feedlot runoff and chemical loads in two grass covered filter strips at Bock and Sanborn, Minnesota. Data from 7 storm-runoff events and 10 ground-water monitoring wells collected during were used.
Data from four of the seven storm-runoff events were used to compute attenuation of runoff volumes and chemical Size: KB.Environmental Management of Beef Cattle Feedlots in WA Introduction This document is one of a series of Environmental Guidelines prepared for activities that have the potential to impact on the environment and quality of water resources.
The cattle feedlot industry is recognised as an important and growing part of the WesternFile Size: KB.THE IMPACT OF FEEDLOT WASTE ON WATER POLLUTION UNDER THE NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) KATE CELENDER* INTRODUCTION Meat recalls have become such a common place news topic that an announcement from the United States Department of Agriculture ("USDA") recalling .