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Recertify at the Iowa Pork Congress for FREE

Recertify at the Iowa Pork Congress for FREE

  ICNAA’s is excited to once again offer a FREE and unique recertification program for nutrient applicators. Rather than watch a three hour video for recertification, nutrient applicators will have the opportunity to participate in a LIVE workshop. Registration to the Iowa Pork Congress and lunch is FREE for ICNAA Members. Join ICNNA to strengthen our voice statewide. Download Iowa Pork Congress Voucher Agenda 10:00 – 10:05 a.m....

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Become a Member

Become a Member

Please take the time to join the Iowa Commercial Nutrient Applicators Association. We would like more members to make a stronger impact and have more representation at the iowa legislature. It’s easy to become a member, and there are great benefits, such as hands on training other than the three hour video and working with insurance companies that offer pollution insurance and making sure you are covered with the insurance you have....

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Managing Manure Storage Structures During Wet Weather

Managing Manure Storage Structures During Wet Weather

Written by:  Robert Burn, ISU Extension Manure Management Specialist During excessively high rainfall periods Iowa producers with open manure storages should closely monitor manure levels to prevent these structures from over-topping. If manure levels in storage ponds or tanks approach full capacity producers should make plans to remove manure from these structures. The over-topping of bermed earthen storage ponds and lagoons could result...

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