Abstract: Investigation into the environmental sustainability of hog production in Manitoba, assessed environmental regulations to determine their effectiveness in managing hog production in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Abstract: Presentation made by the Manitoba Pork Council to the Manitoba Clean Environment Commission
Topics Covered: Nutrient Management, Manure Management, Land Use Planning, Ground Water Supply and Quality, Surface Water Quality, Soil Quality, Odours, Disease, Climate Change, Environmental Liability, and Industry Prospects.
(George Morris Center)
Authors: Grier Kevin, Cher Brethour, Beth Sparling and Al Mussell
Abstract: Report commissioned by the Manitoba Clean Environment
Commission to evaluate the environmental sustainability of the Manitoba Hog
Industry in relation to its economic background.
Authors: Brewin Derek, Janet Honey, James Ryan, Christine Rawluck, Don Flaten, Martin Nyachoti, Laurie Connor, Elijah Kiarie, Q. Zhang, G. Qu, R. York, Nazim Cicek, M.H. Entz, M.J. Wiens, C. Wilson, K.H. Ominski, Richard A. Holland, Mignon Marcaida and Denis Krause
CEC Report (2007)
Topics: Statistic relating to the Manitoban hog industry, nitrogen and phosphorus management, hog industry water usage, nuisance odour issues, manure storage facilities, manure processing, energy costs, zoonotic pathogens and environmental protection policy instruments.
Topics: Livestock operation site approval requirements, Aquifers, Geological migration of contaminates.
(Canadian Pork Council)
Abstract: Recommended codes of practices, concerning the production of hogs within Canada.
Canadian Pork Council Guidebook
Reference Manual for Producers: Environmental Practices & Technologies
Aimed at Reducing Environmental Impacts (2005)
Topics: Barn Design, Herd Health and Comfort, Air Quality and Odour Control, Manure Storage, Manure Treatment, Manure Application and Managing Mortalities FROM
Nutrient Management / Water Quality Research Documents
Report of the Lake Winnipeg Implementation Committee
Abstract: Report detailing threats to Lake Winnipeg. Topic include, nutrient loading, chemical contamination, climate change, water level control / development and invasive species.
An Interim Report to the Minister of Manitoba Water Stewardship
Abstract: Recommendations of the Lake Winnipeg Stewardship Board.
Topics include; Trans-boundary / Interjurisdictional Issues, nutrient loss from confined livestock areas, livestock access to riparian areas and waterways, watershed management, cosmetic fertilizer use and waste water treatment.
(May 6, 2005)
Final report by the Manitoba Phosphorus Expert Committee to the Manitoba Minister of Conservation
Abstract: Report recommendations propose; restrictions for the application of manure based on soil test data, crop removal rates, and geographical location. The creation of special management areas for manure application and for continued research regarding phosphorus within Manitoba.
Manitoba Conservation Report
Abstract: Examination of manure application, nutrient loading, water quality, and manure management legislation/regulation.
Backgrounder: recommendations for phosphorus regulations.
Authors: Kumaragamage Darshani, Don Flaten, Wole Akinremi, Clay Sawka, Dupe Ide and Francise Zvomuya
(University of Manitoba Department of Soil Science, 2009)
Abstract: Comparative analysis of artificial fertilizer, cattle manure and swine manure regarding phosphorus content, availability, solubility and runoff/leaching rate when combined with different soil types.
Summary of Forms of P in Different Manures and Their Impact on P Runoff and Leacing Losses from Manure Amended Soils.
Acceptable Phosphorus Concentrations in Soils and Impact on the Risk of Phosphorus Transfer from Manure Amended Soils to Surface Waters: A Review of Literature for the Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative Phase 1 of MLMMI Project #02-HERS-01
Authors: Flaten Don, Ken Snelgrove, Ian Halket, Kathy Buckley, Grant Penn, Wole Akinremi, Brian Wiebe and Ed Tyrchniewicz
(University of Manitoba, 2003)
Abstract: Compilation of publications concerning phosphorus within the Lake Winnipeg watershed; topics include phosphorus sources, types of phosphorus available within water, proposed manure management options, manure treatment options, feed efficiency improvements, soil retention rates, land/soil management strategies, soil runoff risk, and legislation and regulations concerning phosphorus management in other jurisdictions.
Feasibility and Effectiveness of Several Options for Regulation Manure Phosphorus Management in Manitoba: Phase Two of a Report for the Manitoba Manure Management Initiative: Acceptable Phosphorus Concentration in Soils and Impact on the Risk of Phosphorus Transfer from Manure Amended Soils to Surface Waters
Authors: Salvano Esther, Ed Tyrchniewicz and Don Flaten
(University of Manitoba, 2004)
Abstract: Report / recommendations pertaining the various regulatory options for phosphorus management on Manitoba hog farms (potential impact evaluations as per case studies).
Authors: Tyrchniewicz Ed, Nick Carter and John Whitaker
Abstract: Report of the Livestock Stewardship Panel on the Manitoban Intensive Livestock Operation industry.
Report of Manitoba Pork Council Fact Finding Trip (England, Holland and Denmark)
Topic: Comparison of Manitoban and European practices regarding, farm practices, manure management, odour control measures, land use planning, animal welfare...
(Guidelines for manure application: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta)
Topic: Nutrient removal / application rates.
Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food - Handbook for Handling Manure
Topic: Application guidelines for Manure within Ontario
Farm Practices Guidelines for Pig Producers in Manitoba
Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives (MAFRI) - Handbook for Manure Handling, Manure Storage, Site Specifications and Odour Control.