Welcome to the Odor and Nutrient Management Newsletter
by Angela Rieck-Hinz, Department of Agronomy
Welcome to the 21st edition of the Iowa Manure Matters - Odor and Nutrient Management Newsletter. With this edition, we begin the sixth year of publication and are currently mailing newsletters to 5,675 people. This newsletter is published four times per year and is available to subscribers at no charge through a cooperative agreement with the Iowa USDA-NRCS. The newsletter is also available on the Web.
The goal of the Manure Matters - Odor and Nutrient Management Newsletter is to provide timely educational articles relating to manure management concerns to Iowa producers and their technical advisers. Occasionally, the newsletter offers readers the opportunity to complete a survey regarding information found in the newsletter. Please take time to complete and return the survey. Information collected from the surveys is used to determine your needs and ways to improve the newsletter.
Extra copies or back issues of the newsletter can be ordered through the Iowa State University Extension Distribution Center by calling (515) 294-5247. Please refer to publication number EDC-129 and the specific volume and issue number. To subscribe or change an address; please contact Angela Rieck-Hinz, 2104 Agronomy Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011, phone (515) 294 9590 or email email@example.com.
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