Welcome to the La Broquerie Study
Since 2003, this unique multidisciplinary project has brought together university researchers, three levels of government and numerous sectors of the industry to establish a research and demonstration site that explores the impact of hog manure on the productivity and sustainability of beef-forage systems.
- Project History
The La Broquerie Study was established in 2003 to identify best management practices for the integration of hog and cattle production systems.
- Experiment Description
The study examines combinations of three manure management systems and two forage management systems on a 100-acre site located near La Broquerie, Manitoba.
- Research Results
Results from research conducted so far include forage and cattle performance, soil and water quality, greenhouse gas emissions, energy use and efficiency, and economic analysis.
- Our Research Community
The La Broquerie Study has brought together a diverse team of researchers, project partners and funding organizations.
- Image Gallery
Take a virtual tour of the La Broquerie Study.
Results from the La Broquerie Study have been published in peer-reviewed journals and graduate theses.
This page posted August 2007.
Last updated November 2009.