Project ID

1999-69

Abstract

Once strictly a farm management concern, manure management is now a matter of state and societal interest. This qualitative study examines why and how farmers in two Iowa watersheds make decisions about manure management for their operations. Farmers interviewed explained the motives, logic, opportunities, and constraints that guide their use of particular management practices.

Principal Investigator(s)

Clare Hinrichs

Co-Investigator(s)

Thomas Richard

Year of Grant Completion

2001

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