Iowa livestock and poultry producers who need a permit to build, modify or expand a confinement feeding operation need to be aware of some recent rule changes.
The Panda Group has announced that it will be building a 100-million-gallon-per-year fuel ethanol plant in Hereford, Texas.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources will be issuing a permit to the Couser Feedlot, a permit that uses a new modeling system and vegetative filter technology to keep manure and nutrients in place.
A statewide effort to protect streams, lakes, and drinking water supplies from manure contamination will be led by a task force jointly appointed by the Wisconsin Departments of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and Natural Resources.
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York, is looking to become the first zoo in the United States to be powered by its own animal waste— especially the large amount of waste produced by its pachyderms.
Pequea has introduced its new 175 PTO spreader. Built of 10-gauge corrosion resistant steel with a sealed, heavy-duty gearbox, these spreaders boast a 175-bushel capacity.
North Star Manufacturing produces the Manure Monster, a separation and dewatering system for the dairy industry.
Titan Energy Development has developed what it says is a unique business plan that helps farmers “go green” without the huge capital expense of designing, installing, maintaining and servicing an anaerobic digester of their own.
Livestock producers facing restrictions and higher costs for traditional methods of dead stock disposal have a new economical and environmentally safe alternative.
Sometimes, the agriculture sector has a tendency to be wary of environmentalists. Some of the most extreme groups attack barns and terrorize farm families. However, there are many groups that are very far from such extreme stances and are eager to work with agriculture to better the health of the…
Manure Manager Magazine was pleased to recently receive a unique and special honor—a ball cap from Manure Manager became the 70,000th cap in the collection of Buckey Legried.
The Hagedorn Company was established in 1928 by Norman Hagedorn and has been dedicated exclusively to serving the farm community.
Virginia Tech has recently activated an INTEGRITY manure treatment and nutrient control system at its research and dairy teaching facility in Blacksburg, Virginia.
DiGest 3+3 is a highly concentrated powdered blend of bacterial strains specially selected for degradation of a broad spectrum of organic wastes. The bacterial spores, when activated in an organic system, function aerobically and anaerobically.
The Dietrich series 50 MSD auto reset slurry injector from Soycorp is designed for minimum soil disturbance at higher speeds. The unit is designed for durability, performance and convenience.
Smithfield completes first renewable natural gas line in MissouriAs part of its “manure-to-energy” project, Smithfield Foods Inc. announced…
Washington health board mulls own manure ruleLocal health and law enforcement officials would be obligated to…
American Biogas Council hails new biogas tax creditThe American Biogas Council (ABC), a trade organization that represents…
8 things to keep in mind when planning for fall manure applicationsWith a potentially tight window for getting on fall manure…
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