The animal waste management system operator must be:
Which component of a North Carolina animal waste management plan includes soil and waste analysis reports and the dates and rates of waste applied to land sites?
Which is a component of a North Carolina animal waste management plan?
Automatic hog feeding and watering equipment when compared to hand feeding and watering is:
Almost all the hogs produced in North Carolina are raised:
in climate-controlled confinement houses.
In most commercial laying flocks of chickens, the lights are controlled by:
automatic time clocks.
North Carolina regulations require every farm animal operation of significant size that uses a liquid waste management system to develop and use a/an:
animal waste management plan.
Most local regulations for animal operations deal with:
zoning or location.
Ear notchers, needle teeth clippers, and castrating knives are small equipment needed for a:
Most commercial laying flocks of chickens use
Animal waste management systems that primarily rely on soil and plant systems to treat animal waste are Type:
The animal waste management system generally used to treat waste from cattle is Type:
Which type of beef cattle feeding facility has no buildings?
Lights are on 24 hours a day in houses used for:
The component of a North Carolina animal waste management plan that describes the method of disposing of dead animals is:
animal mortality management.
Confinement turkey houses usually have dirt floors covered with:
Even if there is no actual discharge of waste, a $10,000 per day penalty can be charged if there is a man-made structure to:
route waste away from a lagoon.
Animal waste management systems that rely on anaerobic lagoon and soil/plant systems for the treatment of animal waste are Type:
A hover guard is used the first week to prevent the chicks from:
wandering away from the heat.
Which type of beef cattle enterprise requires the simplest facilities?
Details of the amount of waste generated, the fields and crops receiving the waste, and the best management practices to be used in a livestock operation are included in the:
animal waste management plan.
The main reason automatic hog feeding and watering equipment is used is to:
In commercial broiler operations, baby chicks need heat, which is provided by:
Which of these crops should be grown by a swine farmer who needs to grow a crop that will control soil erosion and water runoff as well as use the most nutrients from the waste applied to the land?
Grassed waterways, buffers, and cover crops that reduce the potential for negative environmental impact are called:
best management practices.
The animal waste management system generally used to treat waste from swine is Type:
The major problem in locating hog production facilities is:
The most expensive type of beef cattle feeding facility to build is a/an:
warm confinement barn.
It is a violation of North Carolina law for animal waste to reach:
To properly handle livestock, all types of beef cattle operations should have a:
Controlling temperature, odor, moisture, and airborne disease organisms is done through:
The waste management practice that prohibits applying animal waste within a certain distance of water, homes, and property lines is:
Essential features of a corral include a holding pen, a working chute, and a: