2 edition of Reconnaissance of water quality at nine dairy farms in north Florida, 1990-91 found in the catalog.
Reconnaissance of water quality at nine dairy farms in north Florida, 1990-91
William J. Andrews
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Tallahassee, Fla, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by William J. Andrews ; prepared in cooperation with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 92-4058|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Florida. Dept. of Environmental Regulation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
Florida dairy producers produced billion pounds of milk in , and annual milk production per cow pounds. Licensed dairy herds (dairy farms licensed by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to sell milk) decreased from in to in and have remained constant since. Several months of construction, over cubic yards of concrete, a quality contractor, and last but not least, a very progressive, conservation oriented farming family facilitated the successful completion of their goals. This project allowed these 3rd generation dairy farmers to improve and protect its ground and surface water quality.
Alan Guebert was raised on an acre, cow southern Illinois dairy farm. After graduation from the University of Illinois in , he served as a writer and editor at Professional Farmers of. Potable Water on Dairy Farms. Item #: DPC Published: Pages: 31 This Guideline is written for regulatory officials, sanitarians, cooperative extension personnel, engineers and others who are advising dairy farmers on potable water supplies on dairy farms.
This manual, Water Quality/Quantity Best Management Practices for Florida Dairy Operations, reflects the hard work of representatives of the industry; federal, state, and local government; and other stakeholders. In general, agricultural lands maintain valuable water . Miltrim Farms Inc. is a large-scale dairy farm near Athens. The farm milks about 1, cows and grows crops on about 4, acres of land. It’s a family operation, founded in , that has grown through the years.
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Get this from a library. Reconnaissance of water quality at nine dairy farms in north Florida, [William J Andrews; Geological Survey (U.S.); Florida. Department of Environmental Regulation.]. Reconnaissance of water quality at nine dairy farms in north Florida, / by William J. Andrews ; prepared in cooperation with the Florida 1990-91 book of Environmental : William J.
Andrews. Nitrate in Ground Water and Spring Water near Four Dairy Farms in North Florida, By William J. Andrews Abstract Nitrate concentrations exceeded the primary drinking-water standard of 10 milligrams per liter as nitrogen in water samples from 24 of 51 monitoring wells sampled periodically from at 4 dairy farms in Lafayette andCited by: 6 Nitrate in Ground Water and Spri ng Water near Four Dairy Farms in North Florida, Three springs--Blue Spri ng, T elford Spring, and Convict Spring, which a re in the area of North FloridaAuthor: William J.
Andrews. A review of the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Environmental Regulation, the Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission, the Department of Community Affairs, Division of Resource Planning & Management: prepared in accordance with senate rule no.
and section (1), Florida statutes by Florida (Book). Neighbors of Kinnard Farms dairy, located in the Kewaunee County town of Lincoln — an area of karst soils — are now in court challenging the state’s approval of a permit that would allow the dairy to expand its herd from 4, to more than 6, milking cows.
About 50 percent of the town’s private wells currently have water that exceeds. Hatzell, H.H.,Effects of waste-disposal practices on ground-water quality at five-poultry (broiler) farms in north-central Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Water. Producers who implement FDACS-adopted BMPs may satisfy some water management district permitting requirements.
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The agency's Office of Agricultural Water Policy is involved in the development of BMPs, addressing both water quality and water conservation on a site-specific, regional and watershed basis, such as implementation of the federal Clean Water Act's TMDL requirements for agriculture.
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A clean and plentiful water supply is essential for productive agriculture to supply the public with adequate food and fiber. But agriculture, like other land uses, can sometimes negatively affect water quality. Dairy farms have been at the center of the water quality discussion because they make up the largest portion of agricultural land use in Vermont.
Certain types of production practices at conventional dairy farms have detrimental effects on Vermont lakes, rivers, and streams. This page gives you access to different types of information covering water quality, especially as related to agriculture.
For a broader coverage, the U. Geological Survey provides answers to frequently asked questions on water, including water quality and contamination and pollution. The most common breed in Florida, Holstein cows originally came from the Netherlands and northern Germany.
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And all that manure is causing a lot of problems. According to“As of June31 percent of the wells (in Kewaunee. Hydrogeologic, geophysical, and ground-water-quality reconnaissance at and near the Ciba-Geigy Superfund site, Ocean County, New Jersey,Water-Resources Investigations Report Reconnaissance of water quality at nine dairy farms in north Florida, Water-Resources Investigations Report Recently, a commercial dairy farm in Ohio had water use intensively followed using 13 water meters at key locations for two years.
The average milk production on this farm was 80 lb/cow/day. There were total cows on the farm during the study period. million dairy cows (more than 15% of the national herd size). Inthe average size of California’s dairy farms was over milk cattle (approximately animal units) not including dry cows, heifers, and calves (CDFA, ; RWQCB, ).
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