Two Arizona dairies produce methane power

Arizona Republic
February 18, 2015
By Arizona Republic

February 18, 2015, Buckeye, AZ – Thousands of cows at the Triple G Dairy in Buckeye lazily chew their grains and hay, unknowingly providing renewable energy every time they contribute to the farm's manure lagoon.

On the Triple G and Stotz dairies, two neighboring Buckeye farms, a combined 20,000 head of cattle produce more than milk.

Their manure also produces methane. Systems at each farm capture the methane and convert it into power, which goes back onto the Arizona Public Service Co. energy grid. READ MORE

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