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Chapter 6: Record Keeping. Record Keeping Record keeping is needed to keep up with the management of the waste application system.Record keeping is needed.

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1 Chapter 6: Record Keeping

2 Record Keeping Record keeping is needed to keep up with the management of the waste application system.Record keeping is needed to keep up with the management of the waste application system. Record forms provided here will:Record forms provided here will: –help you to easily track your waste applications –provide you with an easy resource to ensure that you do not exceed waste applications to any fields

3 Required Records The following records need to be available at the farm to satisfy the Division of Water Quality farm inspection procedures:The following records need to be available at the farm to satisfy the Division of Water Quality farm inspection procedures: –waste application records –map of farm fields including waste application fields and acreage –certified animal waste management plan –waste sample analysis –annual soil analysis for each field receiving waste applications

4 Beneficial Records The following records are not required but may be beneficial if your waste management needs updating:The following records are not required but may be beneficial if your waste management needs updating: –daily farm rain records –weekly lagoon level (freeboard) records –plant analysis reports –animal population –crop yields –surface water and groundwater quality records

5 Records for Liquid Manure Applications IRR-1: Lagoon liquid irrigation field record is to be used to record each irrigation event.IRR-1: Lagoon liquid irrigation field record is to be used to record each irrigation event. IRR-2: Cumulative lagoon liquid irrigation field record is to record the total annual waste application to one field per crop cycle.IRR-2: Cumulative lagoon liquid irrigation field record is to record the total annual waste application to one field per crop cycle.

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8 Records for Slurry Manure Applications SLUR-1: Liquid manure slurry field record is to be used to record each waste application event if the producer is using a slurry or pump and haul system.SLUR-1: Liquid manure slurry field record is to be used to record each waste application event if the producer is using a slurry or pump and haul system. SLUR-2: Cumulative liquid manure slurry field record is to record the total annual waste application to one field per crop cycle with a slurry or pump and haul system.SLUR-2: Cumulative liquid manure slurry field record is to record the total annual waste application to one field per crop cycle with a slurry or pump and haul system.

9 1 SI = soil incorporated (disked) BR = broadcast (surface applied) 2 Can be found in operator’s manual for the spreader. Contact a local dealer if you do not have your owner’s manual.

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11 Records for Semisolid or Solid Manure Applications SLD-1: Solid or semisolid (dry stack) field record is to be used to record each waste application event if the producer is using a manure/box spreader.SLD-1: Solid or semisolid (dry stack) field record is to be used to record each waste application event if the producer is using a manure/box spreader. SLD-2: Cumulative solid field record is to record the total annual waste application to one field per crop cycle.SLD-2: Cumulative solid field record is to record the total annual waste application to one field per crop cycle.

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14 Example Irrigation Records Using Forms IRR-1 and IRR-2: Joe Pigford maintains a 3000 head feeder-to-finish operation. Estimated volume of lagoon liquid generated annually is approximately 2.8 million gallons. Waste analyses: –February 8, lb PAN/1000 gal –February 8, 1996  2.5 lb PAN/1000 gal –April 10, lb PAN/1000 gal –April 10, 1996  2.5 lb PAN/1000 gal

15 Example Irrigation Records Using Forms IRR-1 and IRR-2: He irrigates two crops with wastewater using a traveling gun that applies 300 gpm.He irrigates two crops with wastewater using a traveling gun that applies 300 gpm. –Tract T1004: corntraveling gun pulls are considered Fields 1 to 4, 6 acres each. –Tract T1004: corn  traveling gun pulls are considered Fields 1 to 4, 6 acres each. – –Tract T1005: bermuda hay  traveling gun pulls are considered Fields 5 and 6, which are 8 and 4 acres respectively.

16 Example Irrigation Records Using Forms IRR-1 and IRR-2: His waste utilization plan shows that his anticipated yield for corn is 100 bushels per acre and he should apply 1.0 pound of PAN per bushel yield. Tract T1004: PAN needed for corn:Tract T1004: PAN needed for corn:

17 Example Irrigation Records Using Forms IRR-1 and IRR-2: His yield of bermudagrass is estimated at 6 tons/acre and he should apply 50 pounds of PAN per ton of yield. His PAN application rates are as follows: Tract T1005: PAN needed for bermuda hay:Tract T1005: PAN needed for bermuda hay:

18 Example Irrigation Records Using Forms IRR-1 and IRR-2: Joe’s Lagoon Liquid Irrigation Field Record (Form IRR-1) follows. Transfer the information for Fields 1 and 5 each onto a separate Form IRR-2. Complete the calculations to determine whether Joe has met his nitrogen requirement for his corn crop and bermuda hay. Round off to one decimal point on the plant-available nitrogen applied shown in Column 10 on Form IRR-2.

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22 Example Slurry Application Records Using Forms SLUR-1 and SLUR-2: Milky Smith maintains a 120-head dairy operation. The farm produces an estimate of nearly 1,000,000 gallons of waste slurry per year. Waste analysis of slurry: –March 1, 1996—8.2 lb PAN/1000 gal

23 Example Slurry Application Records Using Forms SLUR-1 and SLUR-2: He makes waste applications to 4 fields, which are: –Field 1: corn—24 acres –Field 2: corn—14 acres –Field 3: bermudagrass—16 acres –Field 4: soybeans—18 acres

24 Example Slurry Application Records Using Forms SLUR-1 and SLUR-2: His waste utilization plan shows that his anticipated yield for corn is 100 bushels per acre and he should apply 1.1 pounds of PAN per bushel of expected yield. Field 1: PAN needed for corn:

25 Example Slurry Application Records Using Forms SLUR-1 and SLUR-2: Milky’s Slurry Application Field Record (Form SLUR-1) follows. Transfer the information for Field 1 onto form SLUR-2. Complete the calculations to determine whether Milky has met his nitrogen requirement for his corn in Field 1. His application equipment is a tractor-drawn tanker (honeywagon) which holds 2000 gallons.

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28 Example Solids Application Records Using Forms SLD-1 and SLD-2: John Manurehauler maintains a 80-head dairy operation and utilizes a dry stack waste storage system. Waste analysis of his dry stack: –April 1, lb PAN/ton –April 1, 1996  4.2 lb PAN/ton He land applies the manure to two fields: –Field 1: corn12 acres –Field 1: corn  12 acres –Field 2: fescue pasture27 acres –Field 2: fescue pasture  27 acres

29 Example Solids Application Records Using Forms SLD-1 and SLD-2: His waste utilization plan shows that his anticipated yield for fescue pasture is 4 tons hay per acre. He should apply 50 pounds of PAN per ton of expected yield. He also must reduce his application rate by 25 percent due to grazing.

30 Example Solids Application Records Using Forms SLD-1 and SLD-2: Step 1: Step 2: Since the application rate for grazed land is 75 percent of the application rate for hay:

31 Example Solids Application Records Using Forms SLD-1 and SLD-2: John’s Manure Solids and Sludge Application Field Record (SLD-1) follows. Transfer the information for Field 2 onto form SLD-2. Complete the calculations to determine whether John has met his nitrogen requirement for his grazed fescue pasture. He utilizes an 8-ton manure spreader and surface applies (broadcasts) the manure.

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