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The goal of the Ohio Composting and Manure Management (OCAMM) program is to research, develop and communicate sustainable strategies for the managnement of animal manures and nutrients on Ohio farms.

Conservation Tillage and Technology Conferencs | virtual | March 9-12, 2021

Learn more about nutrient management, soil and water management, and more. CCA and CLM credits available.  |  Details

Manure Science Review | Summer 2021 

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Ohio Compost Operator Education Course | Wooster, Ohio

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  1. Jim Hoorman demonstrates soil slaking at the 2017 Manure Science Review

    OCAMM odds & ends

    Feb 22, 2021

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    From Briggette Moneymaker (OSU)
    Free webinar: Best Management Practices for Water Quality | February 24 at 10 am (ET) |  Greg LaBarge and Libby Dayton, with OSU, will be joined by members of the Stateler Family Farms to discuss what does and does not work. CCA credits: NM-1; S&WM-0.5) available. |  Register

  2. Stockpiled manure

    OCAMM odds & ends

    Jan 25, 2021

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    From the Ohio Ag Net:
    Remember setbacks when applying manure in winter | Glen Arnold, OSU, discusses best practices that reduce manure runoff risks, including those specific to a given watershed.  |  Article

  3. The soil is alive

    OCAMM odds & ends

    Dec 18, 2020

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    From Ohio Country Journal:
    Shelby County SWCD partners with USDA to improve water quality | Producers in the Loramie Creek Watershed will be eligible for technical and financial assistance to implement conservation practices, such as manure storage structures and nutrient management.  |  Article