Participation in Forum on March 15, 2019
Marco Aurelio Arredondo, thanks for the comment. It's even more of a coincidence than you think because I also do research on the use of mortality compost on farm crops! Now the question would be if using mortality compost on organic soy would change its status, let me know your thoughts on that. We should have another similar paper on organic corn.
Article published the February 28, 2019
Over the past several years, organic poultry production has been rapidly expanding (Rogenburg et al., 2008). This alternative to conventionally produced poultry meets consumers’ expectations for healthier animal protein sources (ATTRA, 2010). According to standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Program, to be certified “organic poultry,” birds ...
Article published the October 5, 2018
Raising chickens in the United States dates back to the 17th century when the English first brought them here. The chicken was originally domesticated by the English for cock fighting which was considered a spectator sport. Since then chickens have been grown for showing, meat and egg supply or just the pure pleasure of having the birds running around in the yard. Whatever your reasons for having ...
This member gave a presentation on January 31, 2015
At the following event:
2015 University of Georgia International Poultry Short Course
This member had joined Engormix
September 16, 2014