32. The spreading of livestock waste with mobile or stationary spreading equipment designed to project livestock waste at a distance of more than 25 m is prohibited.
Livestock waste from liquid manure management must be spread with low-ramp equipment or other low-trajectory broadcast equipment whose exit point put in place to project liquid manure is at a maximum height of 1 m above the ground and that projects manure over a distance of not more than 2 m to reach the ground.
Despite the second paragraph, livestock waste from liquid manure management exclusively from dairy or beef cattle raising, except veal calf raising, may also be spread with low-trajectory broadcast equipment whose exit point put into place to project liquid manure is at a maximum height of 1.2 m above the ground and that projects manure over a distance of not more than 5.5 m to reach the ground.
Livestock waste from solid manure management from raisings referred to in the third paragraph may also be spread by means of equipment provided for in the second and third paragraphs, provided that the waste’s water content has reached at least 85% before spreading, by being exposed to natural precipitations, by adding water until that water content is reached, or by a combination of both methods.
O.C. 695-2002, s. 32; O.C. 906-2005, s. 9; O.C. 606-2010, s. 16.