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Joneslan Dairy Farm can now light 65,000 light bulbs from cow dung that they used to throw away – UEM Recognized once again for its manure based Bio-Energy Project:

Animal manure must be thought of as a resource that can provide economic benefits without adversely affecting the environment, rather than as a waste product that must be disposed of in any way possible. When properly managed, manure will provide nutrition to crops, improve soil quality and provide renewable energy in the form of biogas. Each of these options offers potential as an additional revenue stream for the farm. Read More…

Digesters Within Reach for Smaller Dairy Farms:

Nina Ksherty, head of the renewable energy division for the environmental services firm UEM Group Inc., presented “Affordable Dairy Manure Digesters” at the New York Farm Show Feb. 21-23 to help farmers learn how, even on smaller farms, digesters can both save them money and create a new revenue stream. Read More…

Farm Digester Evolution In Vermont:

Farm in Hyde Park milks about 200 cows. It installed a UEM digester, which has a prefabricated, insulated 240,000-gallon geomembrane tank. Weighted pipes keep biogas under the cover pressurized.   Read More …