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Anaerobic Digestion: Biogas, Bio methane and Solid Waste Management

Often, farm owners get confused over whether biogas produced at farms should be considered a renewable or a non-renewable source of energy.

So, for them, and everyone at the back:

Biogas produced at farms through anaerobic digestion is considered to be a renewable source of energy because it’s production and use-cycle is continuous, and it generates no-net carbon dioxide.

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Which Option is Better for Dairy Farm Waste Management?

Each year, dairy farms in the U.S produce more than 335 million tons of dry matter waste.

That’s just dry matter.

While manure is an important component, farm waste in dairy operations also includes silage wrap, silage effluent, forage waste and milk house waste.

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