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Title: Economic Impacts of EPA's Manure Application Regulations on Dairy Farms with Lagoon Liquid Systems in the Southwest Region
Authors: Huang, Wen-Yuan
Magleby, Richard
Christensen, Lee A.
Keywords: CAFO
dairy farms
land application
manure regulations
nutrient management
JEL Codes: C61
Q12
Q52
Q58
Issue Date: 2005-04
Abstract: EPA's new restrictions on land application of manure nutrients by concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) could decrease the net return of 6-17% of the medium and large dairy farms with lagoon systems in the southwestern United States. Many of the other dairy CAFOs in the region could achieve higher net income under the restrictions if they reduce feed costs by better utilizing manure and expanding homegrown feed production.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/43993
Institution/Association: Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics>Volume 37, Number 01, April 2005
Total Pages: 19
From Page: 209
To Page: 227
Collections:Volume 37, Number 01, April 2005

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