Trace Oswald wrote: I'm guessing here but I don't think the OP is taking about raising 100,000 chickens at once. I think he means he has raised that many over some longer period of time.
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I have raised more than 100,000 broilers, laying hens. How to deal with the problem of manure has been bothering me, the smell of the farm is very big, and the neighbors are very angry about it.
I have thought of a lot of ways, including buying a manure separator, but the effect is not good.
I have consulted a lot of people and have not found a good idea.
Is there any good way?
F Agricola wrote:To value add to the 'waste' problem in an environmentally effective way, consider a manure pelletizer machine.
The pellets can be bagged and sold, importantly, they can be stored long term - in a dry area, protected from weather.
Travis Johnson wrote:First I have to know where you are from to understand just what kind of issue is afoot here. I say that because in the United States this is not so much of an issue at all, especially high-nitrogen chicken manure. But from my work in Moldova, it was completely different. In fact to get at the heart of the problem, we had to get right down to preconceived notions on just what manure was. It is not that the Moldovian's were being silly, they just do not have the experience that we have here, and their observations caused them to have poor disposal choices.
I am sensitive to that, but need to know where you are from. I suspect, outside of the USA???
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