Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plans (CNMPs) are conservation plans that document practices and strategies by livestock operations. The CNMPs address natural resource concerns related to livestock manure/waste, water quality, and soil erosion.
Our experienced staff of professionals provides a wealth of knowledge in the evaluation of the major components of this plan such as; animal feed management; manure handling/transfer/storage; manure application to cropland; soil erosion & water quality management.
Resource Engineering Associates (REA) works with an agronomist to provide comprehensive engineering and conservation planning for current site conditions. Management and structural alternatives are developed to address resource concerns identified during the assessment. A comprehensive nutrient management plan is part of a good conservation plan for livestock operations large or small.