> My questions to Sanet. Can a liquid manure slurry be made to compost?
> Can slurry be transformed into a stable (or more stable) product so
> that there is not the enormous ammonia escape associated with
> spreading it? What about injecting it? (I've heard anecdotal evidence
> that this is hard on soil fauna)
Liquid manure can be handled in various ways. It can be injected into the
soil or surface applied by spraying. It can have the solids separated out
and the water portion used as above or recirculated through the barn as wash.
Given the right circumstances it could be cleaned enough to make it potable,
if you chose.
The solid portion, after separation, can be composted, dried for bedding, or
land applied as is.
If we can help in your endeavors, please do not hesitate to call us. We have
other thoughts on the uses of the wet manure including hydroponics and
evaporation ponds of duckweed, for example. It can even be used to generate
heat and energy.
Cornelius A. Van Milligen
Kentucky Enrichment Inc.
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