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  • MF3608
    Interpreting and Using Center Pivot Sprinkler Designs

    Information on how to read an irrigation system operator's manual. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF3561
    Thermal infrared Imaging System Usage for Crop Health Assessments

    Thermal imagery is a great tool for crop monitoring, irrigation management, and disease detection. For proper data collection using thermal imagery it is recommended to understand your sensors, carefully select flying speed, altitude, and utilize good ground calibration techniques. Following some of the information presented in this publication could help the user to fully explore its potential. 6 pages, color.

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  • MF2316
    Planning and Designing Cattle Feedlots

    Construction of a new feedlot or expansion of an existing feedlot requires adequate planning and design to maintain the feedlot’s efficiency and profitability. Planning and design information will aid feedlot owners and operators to improve and develop facilities to address human, cattle, and environmental issues, and will result in safe, efficient, and productive feedlots. 12 pages, color.

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  • MF1089
    Cleaning Field Sprayers

    Sprayer cleaning will prolong life of the sprayer, prevent unnecessary repairs, reduce contamination of surface & groundwater, and eliminate crop injury from equipment contamination. 4 pages, color.

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  • MF3513
    Non-Confined Beef Cattle Feeding Sites

    Non-confined feeding sites are used by beef cattle producers to reduce stress on cattle and allow utilization of grass, crop residue, or cover crops. This publication outlines factors to consider when planning for this type of feeding system. 4 pages, color.

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