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Livestock Applications

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    Gas analyzers and monitoring systems for Greenhouse gases from ruminants

    Ruminant livestock generate a significant proportion of anthropogenic GHG emissions, and thereby contribute to Climate Change. Ruminants such as cattle. sheep, goats and buffalo produce meat and milk through enteric fermentation – a digestive process in which microbes decompose and ferment food in the digestive tract or rumen. This process produces methane which is emitted via belching. The amount of methane produced is directly related to the type of food consumed and the level of intake, in addition to...

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Vantaa, FINLAND.

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    A crusher bucket MB-C50 was used, mounted on a Kobelco, to reduce all inert material brought out from the plant, as the main goal was to access the interior to have a perspective of the future development.

    By MB Crusher based in Fara Vicentino, ITALY.

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    Electrochemical solutions and water technologies for agriculture & livestock

    We engineer and supply innovative technological solutions to improve fruit and vegetable cultivations and animal breeding. Our commitment is to a healthier, safer condition of all the actors involved in the agri-food chain (farmers, plants, animals, consumers) increasing the quantity and quality of food available, while at the same time reducing pesticide contaminations on products and in the environment.

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    Sustainable microbial products for animal DFM

    Traditional animal feed ingredients are primarily produced from corn, cereals, and wheat, and although those components provide much-needed nutrients for the animal, they are difficult to completely digest. If ignored, undigested food can cause weight loss, diarrhea, decreased production of bile, over-production of stomach acid and even mortality.

    By BCMbio, LLC based in Armada, MICHIGAN (USA).

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    Water treatment solutions for agriculture industry

    The agriculture industry is a water intensive industry that needs a constant contaminant free water supply to ensure high harvest yields and healthy farm livestock. Agriculture in the U.S. is dominated by large, specialized crop and animal farms. These industrial farms focus on short-term productivity, often at the cost of creating environmental and public health problems. This focus on short term productivity, requires agriculture water treatment solutions and specific soil additives that are sustainable and...

    By Genesis Water Technologies, Inc. based in Maitland, FLORIDA (USA).

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    Organic removal in water for the dairy industry

    By Warden Biomedia based in Luton,, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Industrial mixing for the dairy industry

    By Veenstra Group based in Coevorden, NETHERLANDS.

  • Hog Production

    By Marting Mfg. of Iowa, Inc. based in Britt, IOWA (USA).

  • Irrigation solutions for alfalfa crops

    Alfalfa is a crop of the legume family and its scientific name is Medicago sativa. Alfalfa is a perennial plant of erect growth and is one of the most extended forage crops within temperate climate countries.

    By Sistema Azud, S.A. based in Alcantarilla, SPAIN.

  • High-resolution weather data solutions for agriculture industry

    Applied forecasting begins with connected data: Oganisations are continually striving to better leverage their internal data to create new business insights and opportunities. Meteomatics’ Weather API is the quickest and easiest way for your business to gain access to high quality weather data from around the globe.

    By Meteomatics AG based in St. Gallen, SWITZERLAND.

  • Solutions for dairy producers with under-barn manure storage

    Using the BactiDomus® Technology Nordevco is helping dairy producers with under-barn manure storage, improving barn environments, manure handling and mitigating the impact of manure on neighbours and communities. Nordevco has prided itself on not only providing solutions that are effective but on solutions that make economic sense. In most case of under-barn manure storage, the cost of treatment is under $15.00 per stall. These costs are off-set by less fuel consumption for agitation, reduced maintenance...

    By Nordevco Associates Ltd. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • Measurement solution for NH3 emissions from livestock enclosures

    Ammonia (NH3) is formed from the breakdown of urea in slurry and manure, and hence this is the main source of NH3 emission in the UK. High levels of NH3 emissions can cause a large amount of environmental damage to vegetation. As well as the outward environmental impact, high NH3 concentrations in and around livestock enclosures have a detrimental effect on the health and well-being of the animals.

    By Protea Limited based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Feeding Solutions for Goats

    Goats have proven to benefit enormously from a diet of fresh fodder. With the global demand for goat meat and milk on the rise, goats are becoming more important to local economies than ever before. Fodder Solutions has several clients who are feeding fodder to reduce feeding costs, improved meat and milk quality, increase in milk yield and overall animal health.

    By Fodder Solutions based in Burleigh Heads, AUSTRALIA.

  • Waste Composting for Livestock Breeding

    Aware of the risks of nitrate pollution, livestock breeders and farmers are looking for solutions in order to enhance their liquid and solid effluents.

    By Menart based in Dour, BELGIUM.

  • Rugged Mobile Technology for Livestock Monitoring

    Our handhelds are used by our costoumers to help track livestock with RFID and manage farm inventory.

    By Handheld Group AB based in Lidköping, SWEDEN.

  • Feed Pellets Application for Pig Breeding

    Generally, feed for pigs including powdery feed and pellets feed. As for powdery feed, it has two major feeding methods. One is dry feeding, in this method, if the powder is fine, it will affect the food intake of pigs to some extent; on the contrary, if the powder is coarse, the utilization rate of the feed may be influenced. The other is wet feeding, that is mixing the feed with water together which is not suitable for scientific feeding due to the reduction of food intake. Compared to powdery feed, pellet feed...

    By Amisy Pellet Machinery based in Zhengzhou, CHINA.

  • Wastewater treatment for cattle carriers

    By Planotex GmbH based in Neuried b. M√ľnchen, GERMANY.

  • Feeding Solutions for Beef

    Fodder Solutions has fresh fodder feeding solutions catering for all sizes – from hobby farmers with a small herd right up to large commercial installations. Our systems come in the form of both transportable units and more permanent systems feeding thousands of kgs per day.

    By Fodder Solutions based in Burleigh Heads, AUSTRALIA.

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