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ILLINOIS Agriculture Waste Management Field Handbook - NOTICE IL-7C

ILLINOIS Agriculture Waste Management Field Handbook - NOTICE IL-7C

United States Department of Agriculture
Natural Resources Conservation Service

2118 W. Park Court, Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: 217/353-6600 Fax: 217/353-6676 Website:

DATE: July 2003

SUBJECT:  ENG-Agricultural Waste Storage Field Handbook (AWMFH), Part 651, Chapter 10 - Agricultural Waste Management System Component Design

Purpose:  To add to the list of manure storage structures approved un Illinois. Huffcut precast concrete T-Panels for manure storage (8-6";10'-6", and 12'-6" High)

Expiration Date:  Effective upon receipt

Explanation: These T Panels, have been approved by the Wisconsin State Conservation Engineer and checked by the National Design Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

Filing Instructions:

Add new sheet to Chapter 10 after (IL AWMFH notice 3) PAGE 10-64-2.

Any questions regarding this transmittal should be directed to Jim Evans, State Conservation engineer at (127) 355-6673.


Karl Visser, Acting for
James L. Evans

State Conservation Engineer

DIST:  All Illinois NRCS Engineers
        All NRCS Soil Conservation Technicians
        All NRCS Offices


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