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The business year awaits


March 4, 2008
By Marg Land

Well, in all honesty, the calendar
isn’t really that blank – there are all those very important farm
shows, expos, annual meetings and conferences marked down that need to
be attended. Manure Manager will be making the rounds as well, taking
part in the Iowa Pork Congress (January 23 and 24, Des Moines), the
Canadian International Farm Equipment Show (February 5 to 7, Toronto),
and the World Ag Expo (February 12 to 14, Tulare), to name a few.

Welcome to 2008. A new, blank calendar awaits.

Well, in all honesty, the calendar isn’t really that blank – there are all those very important farm shows, expos, annual meetings and conferences marked down that need to be attended. Manure Manager will be making the rounds as well, taking part in the Iowa Pork Congress (January 23 and 24, Des Moines), the Canadian International Farm Equipment Show (February 5 to 7, Toronto), and the World Ag Expo (February 12 to 14, Tulare), to name a few.

Besides traveling, staff at Manure Manager are also busy planning a redesign and re-launch of the magazine’s web site. A preliminary site is now active in place of the magazine’s old static information site. Old favorites, including a list of all the upcoming shows and events, are still available along with some new features, including access to choice articles from the magazine, a recap of each issues’ Innovations selections, and up-to-the minute news and information affecting manure handling and nutrient management. Readers are invited to visit the web site at www.manuremanager.com to enjoy all the site has to offer and vote in an on-line poll about what they want to see on the magazine’s new web site, expected to launch later in 2008.

Of course, Manure Manager continues to provide readers with the latest information on managing nutrients, whether in the barn and farmyard or on the field. In this issue, learn how Archibald Brothers Land And Cattle Co. of South Dakota manage manure resources at the operation’s 6000 head feedlot; read the latest update on research aimed at controlling manure runoff being conducted by the USDA; and learn how Wisconsin based custom manure applicator, Russell Robaidek Inc. uses technology to meet his customers’ needs.


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