Deanne Meyer, Ph.D.
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B.S., Animal Science University of California, Davis 1983.
M.S., Dairy Science, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl 1986.
Ph.D., Animal Science, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl 1989.
Analyses of production, collection, storage, transportation, and utilization of manure management waste stream(s) on dairies. Research has focused on nutrient flows through dairy operations including: content of manure solids and liquids, milk parlor water use, efficiency of mechanical and gravity flow separator devices, analyses of other treatment technologies, nutrient distribution during land applications, and ammonia volatilization.
Environmental Stewardship Module Coordinator for the California Dairy Quality Assurance Program; develop and disseminate technical information on nutrient flows into and through dairy facilities; provide input to environmental regulatory policy developed for livestock and poultry operations.