06/03/2014 – Maintaining Pit and Lagoon Capacity in Beef Confinement Systems
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Maintaining Pit and Lagoon Capacity in Beef Confinement Systems
Speaker is David Widman, Crop Mgmt Consultants for ProfitPro, LLC
Maintaining today’s bovine manure pits and lagoons is very challenging. Bovine manure has more cellulose and lignin material from the forages used in their diets. The increase, in this fibrous material in the manure, can quickly lead to a thick buildup of solids and reduce the capacity of a pit or a lagoon. Microbes help facilitate a breakdown of the rigid structure of these materials and, in the process, pits and lagoons are kept more liquid. A liquid pit or lagoon translates to an easier agitation and pump-out (meaning less time and money spent on hauling the manure), maintains capacity and reduces environmental impacts.
Unsecured and Secured Financing Available for 2014 Inputs Unsecured financing available with qualified credit up to $250,000 for crop input financing. Secured financing based on your operation. These can fill a financing gap you may have or provide all financing for the 2014 growing season. Call David Widman- 507-640-1095 for all the details!
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