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Vegetative Treatment System for Larger Feedlots

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Uploaded on Sep 21, 2011

Chris Henry of University of Nebraska, Lincoln Extension tours a vegetative treatment system for a 6 acre feedlot with Mel Meister. Runoff from the feedlot is captured in a sediment basin and pumped to a sprinkler vegetative treatment area (VTA). Ratio of VTA to feedlot area is 1.35. Construction cost was approximately $9,000 per feedlot acre or $73 per head space.

Information on Vegetative Treatment Systems on eXtention:
http://bit.ly/rmJDfW

Heartland Water Quality Initiative resources for Vegetative Treatment Systems:http://bit.ly/qata0f.

Guidance Document: http://www.heartlandwq.iastate.edu/Ma...

This video was produced by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service in cooperation with University of Nebraska Extension. Funding was provided by USDA NIFA through the Southern Region Water Quality Project.

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