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USDA: Disinfecting Slurry Pits Mobile App

Slurry pits contain liquid manure (or slurry), a combination of feces, urine, fresh rainwater and runoff, cleaning materials, and bedding materials. Different methods of rendering pathogens inactive within a slurry pit exist; however, the most practicable in the event of an outbreak is the use of chemical processes. The USDA: Disinfecting Slurry Pits mobile app covers Planning, Guidelines and Procedures for Disinfecting Slurry Pits. The USDA: Disinfecting Slurry Pits mobile app, as well as additional Animal Production & Aquaculture apps, can help you make sure the proper procedures are in place.

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    Slurry pits contain liquid manure (or slurry), a combination of feces, urine, fresh rainwater and...

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    Assess the capacity of the slurry pit.

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    Acquire mobile high-performance stirring equipment.

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    Exercise appropriate safety precautions.

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    No fresh slurry must be added to slurry pits undergoing disinfection.

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    Store slurry for at least 60 days in the summer and 90 days in the winter before application on ...

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    Do not allow animals to graze for a minimum of 30 days after slurry application.

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    Examine the slurry pit and determine the amount of remaining space.

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    Vigorously stir the pit.

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    Add the chemical disinfectant.

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