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Dairy Environmental Systems
Water  •  Air  •   Renewable Energy

Pro-Dairy
 
formerly Manure Management Program
WHAT'S NEW!

Reminder:
Deadline to submit abstracts for dairy and climate conference is 11/1!  INFO

Dairy Systems, Climate Adaptation Conference coming
July 29-31,  2015
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Click for more INFO
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NEW!  Anaerobic Digestion at Lawnhurst Farms: a Case Study
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The new OSHA Dairy web site has important material to assist farmers to prepare for an Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA) inspection. The site includes details about the OSHA Local Emphasis Program (LEP). LEP will include random, unannounced compliance inspections at New York State dairy farms starting in 2014.
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Check out the new section on Northeast Animal Agriculture and Climate Change (see bottom of left menu)
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Cornell Institute of Climate Change and Agriculture new feature article:   CLICK HERE
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Updated 2014 Water Use Calculator!
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Please participate in a survey to gauge dairy producer’s perspectives on extreme weather events that seem to be increasing in frequency. Complete the survey and be entered to win a grand prize!

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New case study from a farm in Maine!  CLICK HERE
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Just released! 
Comprehensive 7 Farm AD System Performance Assessment
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Check out our two new team members!
·Sam Steinberg
·Michael Boerman
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Click here for past news:  ARCHIVES

Welcome to the Dairy Environmental Systems Websiteement

The purpose of this website is to disseminate cutting edge information on manure treatment and manag technologies.

The Cornell Dairy Environmental Systems Program is a multi-disciplinary effort among members of the Cornell PRO-DAIRY and SPEAR programs, and collaborative faculty and staff in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences  to address critical aspects of dairy farming and its impact on the environment.  A major goal of the Dairy Environmental Management Program is to develop and deliver sound information and tools to dairy farmers and their advisors engineered and packaged in ways that allow farmers to make sound business decisions in production areas that influence air quality, the climate, and water quality. Renewable energy (dairy manure-based anaerobic digestion) is also a major focus area of the program. 


New York State Anaerobic Digester Locations