With its straightforward title, one might mistake this book for a dry technical manual. But in fact, Ross’s treatise on manure management is a fascinating exploration of the intersection of agricultural science and environmental sustainability. Drawing on his years of experience studying dairy farms in Illinois, Ross weighs in on the best practices for producing and using manure to maximize crop yields while minimizing environmental damage.
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