Manure Manager

Features Applications Beef
Manure to help fuel farm’s trucks


June 27, 2011
By Indianapolis Star

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June 21, 2011 – One of the
nation’s largest dairy cooperatives plans to tap a plentiful energy source –
manure from the farms’ cows – to power its fleet of milk-delivery trucks.
June 21, 2011 – One of the
nation’s largest dairy cooperatives plans to tap a plentiful energy source –
manure from the farms’ cows – to power its fleet of milk-delivery trucks.

By early next year, Fair
Oaks Farms
in Northwest Indiana plans to have 42 new delivery trucks running on
compressed natural gas created by harnessing microorganisms to turn the cows'
manure into biogas.

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