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Animal Waste Report: STAFFORD County, KS
 
 
  • 1997 Rankings: Animal Waste in STAFFORD County
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    Nitrogen in waste:
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  • 1997 Animal Waste Summary
    Animal Type Number of Head Amount of Waste (tons/yr) Volume of Waste (gallons/yr) Amount of Nitrogen in Waste(pounds/yr) Nitogen Lost to Atmosphere (pounds/yr) Amount of Phosphorous in Waste (pounds/yr)
    Hogs 5,069 9,600 2,300,000 120,000 85,000 39,000
    Cattle 67,866 760,000 180,000,000 8,100,000 2,800,000 1,900,000
    Poultry 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Sheep 595 240 57,000 5,000 3,600 1,000
    Total Animal 73,530 770,000 180,000,000 8,300,000 2,900,000 1,900,000

    *Note: County totals are compiled using 1997 Census of Agriculture data. Please see a discussion of the limitations of animal waste data for more details.
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  • Animal Waste Trends in STAFFORD County
    Animal Type Percentage Change in Animal Waste
    Hogs Increased by 22% from 1987 to 1997
    Cattle Increased by 9% from 1987 to 1997
    Sheep Decreased by 46% from 1987 to 1997
    Total Animal Increased by 9% from 1987 to 1997
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  • Links

    See EPA's Index of Watershed Indicators for this area (evaluates the current condition and vulnerability of aquatic resources.)

    See the Factory Farm Project report for this state.

    See the Kansas Chapter of the NRDC Report on America's Factory Farms

    See the ELI Almanac of Enforceable Kansas State Laws to Control Nonpoint Source Water Pollution

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