Manure Disposal, Pollution Control, and the New York Dairy Farmer
Coote, D.; Zwerman, P.
As the second largest milk-producing state, New York must dispose of large quantities of manure. At one time this manure was conserved and spread sparingly as fertilizer for field crops. Today the high cost of labor has made manure disposal a burden to many farmers.
New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin51
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
manure disposal; pollution control; New York State Dairy Farmer