University of Illinois Extension is subcontractor to the Illinois Department of Agriculture to provide the workshop training and materials and workshop instruction.
Resources for the composting of livestock manure, food scraps and yard waste.
The purpose of EZregs is to identify environmental regulations that pertain to specific agricultural and horticultural operations and practices in Illinois.
Livestock-related research from University of Illinois Extension animal systems specialists.
In Illinois, there are three different manure management plans that a livestock facility might need to have. University of Illinois Extension has worked with Illinois Department of Agriculture, Illinois Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to develop one website of step- by-step instructions that, if completed, will comply with the needs of all three agencies.
Manure Share is a manure exchange program that brings gardeners and landscapers searching for organic materials for use in composting or field applications in contact with livestock owners who have excess manure.
Small Farms Manure Management is aimed at livestock producers (horse owners, stable owners and managers, beef operations, dairy, goat and sheep,poultry and swine farms) with small facilities less than 300 animal units.
The SWEETA web site is an outreach and dissemination arm of the LUW Team designed to inform stakeholders and to transfer technology information to end users. The Livestock and Urban Waste Research (LUW) Team has conducted numerous research studies, demonstration projects and outreach activities since its development in the early 1990's.
Manure Talk Blog
Updates and happenings related to manure management and composting in Illinois.