Manure Manager

Manure Manager
Leveraging Litter

Leveraging Litter

Some farmers buy chicken litter for their fields to avoid using commercial fertilizers. The Glasers took it one step further.

Millennium in Maryland

Millennium in Maryland

Maryland is getting serious about controlling the amount of poultry-derived nutrients seeping into Chesapeake Bay, and poultry producer Millennium Farms is developing a manure processing technology that, if economical, could make a significant dent in controlling this problem.

Entrepreneurial farmers offer low cost, green solution for food waste

Entrepreneurial farmers offer low cost, green solution for food waste

Innovative group is working to offer a cost-effective solution to deal with organic waste, with the added bonus of producing green energy in the process.

Winter manure application tips

Winter manure application tips

Challenging weather conditions are causing some tough manure management decisions.

Manure application: New technology from the old world

Manure application: New technology from the old world

Manure plays a vital role in maintaining soil health, but getting the right amount of manure to the right places at the right times can be challenging.

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North American Manure Expo comes to Canada...
For the first time ever, the North American Manure Expo is being hosted within a Canadian province. The annual show is being held August 20 and 21, 2013, at the University of Guelph’s Arkell Research Station, located near Guelph, Ontario. So, what's a Manure Expo and why should you attend? This video will provide all the dirt.
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Expert Dr. Susan Watkins discusses Water Sanitatio...
Expert Dr. Susan Watkins discusses Water Sanitation
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The population explosion...
With the world's population increasing exponentially and farmland staying the same, BASF took to the streets to ask consumers if this trend is sustainable.

Applications

MagneGas deploys sterilization system at hog farm MagneGas deploys sterilization system at hog farm

December 22, 2014, Tampa, FL – MagneGas Corporation announced recently that it has completed construction of its latest Venturi sterilization system, which has been deployed to a major hog farm in Indiana. The sterilization system is expected to process hog manure resulting in a high quality, low-odor fertilizer that the company believes can be safely used on crops. In addition, fuel will be produced as a byproduct that can be co-fired with propane or natural gas to reduce other fuel needs. Following a successful demonstration, the Indiana farm owner has indicated he plans to purchase the system to use for his manure sterilization needs and partner with MagneGas to launch the market for the use of systems in the agricultural industry world-wide. "I am excited that MagneGas has achieved this significant milestone,” said Ermanno Santilli, CEO of MagneGas. “Having the ability to test our new high flow Venturi system in a real world environment with such a highly respected stakeholder in the agricultural industry speaks volumes as to how far we have come as a company. We are looking forward to working with such a cutting edge farm on a system that we believe will change the way the world looks at liquid wastes."

Business/Policy

MagneGas deploys sterilization system at hog farm MagneGas deploys sterilization system at hog farm

December 22, 2014, Tampa, FL – MagneGas Corporation announced recently that it has completed construction of its latest Venturi sterilization system, which has been deployed to a major hog farm in Indiana. The sterilization system is expected to process hog manure resulting in a high quality, low-odor fertilizer that the company believes can be safely used on crops. In addition, fuel will be produced as a byproduct that can be co-fired with propane or natural gas to reduce other fuel needs. Following a successful demonstration, the Indiana farm owner has indicated he plans to purchase the system to use for his manure sterilization needs and partner with MagneGas to launch the market for the use of systems in the agricultural industry world-wide. "I am excited that MagneGas has achieved this significant milestone,” said Ermanno Santilli, CEO of MagneGas. “Having the ability to test our new high flow Venturi system in a real world environment with such a highly respected stakeholder in the agricultural industry speaks volumes as to how far we have come as a company. We are looking forward to working with such a cutting edge farm on a system that we believe will change the way the world looks at liquid wastes."