Resources by Mark L. Wahlberg

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On Farm Mortality Disposal Options for Livestock Producers
All livestock producers at some point are faced with decisions regarding how to dispose of livestock mortality from their farm. Each option has its own benefits and limitations based on accessibility, regulatory restrictions, expense, and biosecurity concerns. Livestock producers should also know that it is their responsibility to dispose of dead animals within 48 hours by one of the approved methods highlighted below. There are approved and preferred methods of animal mortality management according to the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Farmers should choose the option that best suits their farm’s mortality disposal needs.
Jul 31, 2013 2909-1412 (ANR-77NP)
4-H Livestock Advancement Project Guide and Record May 1, 2009 380-119
4-H Livestock Record Book - Beef-Swine-Sheep May 1, 2009 380-122
Virginia 4-H Beef Heifer Project Junior Record Book Jun 27, 2013 4H-140P
Virginia 4-H Beef Heifer Project Senior Record Book Jul 1, 2013 4H-141P
Virginia 4-H Market Beef Project Junior Record Book Aug 23, 2013 4H-142P
Virginia 4-H Market Beef Project Senior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-143P
Virginia 4-H Market Goat Project Junior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-144P
Virginia 4-H Market Goat Project Senior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-145P
Virginia 4-H Market Hog Project Junior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-146P
Virginia 4-H Market Hog Project Senior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-147P
Virginia 4-H Market Lamb Project Junior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-148P
Virginia 4-H Market Lamb Project Senior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-149P
Virginia 4-H Sheep Flock Project Junior Record Book Sep 30, 2013 4H-150P
Virginia 4-H Sheep Flock Project Senior Record Book Sep 27, 2013 4H-151P
Hay as Part of a Cowherd Production System May 1, 2009 400-002
Alternative Feeds for Beef Cattle May 1, 2009 400-230
4-H Market Beef Planning Guide May 1, 2009 400-833
Virginia 4-H Horse Project Junior Record Book Oct 5, 2017 406-122 (4H-694P)
Virginia 4-H Horse Project Senior Record Book Oct 5, 2017 406-123 (4H-710P)
Newborn Lamb Management May 1, 2009 410-026
Virginia 4-H Market Lamb Project Guide May 1, 2009 410-083
Virginia 4-H Ewe Flock Project Guide May 1, 2009 410-089
Large Round Bale Feeders Compared May 8, 2009
Voluntary Standards for a Forage-Fed Livestock Marketing Claim May 8, 2009
Implanting Calves Still Pays Dividends May 8, 2009
You Can Cut Corners on Cow Minerals, Just Not Right Now May 8, 2009