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Use of a Surrogate to Evaluate the Impact of Tillage on the Transport of Steroid Hormones from Manure-Amended Agricultural Fields
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. Transactions
Beef feedlot manure distributed to row crop production areas is a potential surface water contaminant source of the steroid hormones commonly used in beef cattle production. This article reports on research conducted at the University of Nebraska Haskell Agricultural Laboratory near Concord, Nebraska, in July 2009. Manure, collected from beef feedlot pens, was stockpiled for ten months prior to application to a row crop field. Previous research identified that the detection frequency of steroiddoi:10.13031/trans.56.9981 fatcat:wgzjckradnbebdfrvidw7khame