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  • Cornell Cutter Pump featured on manure manager cover

    Cornell’s 6NHTB Cutter Pump prominently graces the July/August 2012 cover of Manure Manager! The feature article explains how digital apps and mobile device technology are benefiting custom manure pumpers and applicators. J. Puck, of PCE Manure Equipment in Iowa, is shown using a digital pump communication and control system to more effectively operate the Cornell Cutter pump. CLICK: ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • North American Manure Expo

    The North American Manure Expo is being held in Springfield, Missouri this year on July 8th and 9th. The Manure Expo features technology demonstrations, a trade show, and educational events to support professional development. For information about the show, or to register for this free event, visit ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Cornell Features MP Series, STX, and Cutter Pump at Manure Expo

    Cornell Pump is exhibiting at the North American Manure Expo, in Springfield, Missouri. Drop by booth #215 to check out the latest material of design for our MP series, look at the 2012 Innovative Product of the Year, the Cornell Cutter ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • New Manure Sidedress Method Lowers Fertilizer Costs, Increases Yields

    With corn needing nitrogen, and pigs and cattle producing a lot of it, anything that offers a better way to use their waste to fortify crops should intrigue farmers. Two agriculture experts at The Ohio State University have redesigned a metal tractor attachment so that it allows farmers to put manure on a field while crops are ...


    By Ohio State University

  • MP Series Mining Pumps

    MP SERIES MINING PUMPS ARE DESIGNED FOR COARSE ABRASIVES. Cornell Pump Company's MP Series combines 65 years of innovate pump manufacturing and design, with our highly regarded patented Cycloseal® technology. Offering high operating pressures, the MP pumps are specifically designed for coarse abrasive slurry applications such as ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Cornell Pump unveils new collateral

    With the arrival of our new website, even more Cornell Pump information is available for download. Several new brochures are available, including: Water Transfer Hydraulic Fracturing. This brochure details how Cornell pumps aid in the search for wet and dry natural gas, as well as oil through hydraulic fracturing. Provided is a family curve for our most popular water transfer pumps. ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • World Ag Expo: Cornell Pump at Booth Number NS18

    Cornell Pump is excited to be showcasing our dependable, reliable, and efficient line of Agricultural, Irrigation, and Manure pumps at the World Ag Expo, in Tulare, CA. We have multiple clear liquid and solids handling pumps on display. Stop by and talk to our friendly and knowledgeable staff about your agricultural needs. Show runs through Thursday, February 12, 2015. Opens all three days at ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Landia’s pumps and mixers ensure no downtime at BiogenGreenfinch’s AD plant

    Durable pumps and mixers designed and made by Whitchurch-based Landia are maximising BiogenGreenfinch’s anaerobic digestion process at Milton Ernest near Bedford. Supplied with stainless steel impellers and stainless steel brackets (all protected by a two-component epoxy coating) to cope with food waste and pig manure, the Landia equipment has replaced mixers supplied by a different ...


    By Landia

  • Cornell distributor PCE Pumping Systems Sponsoring Nutrient Management Field Demonstrations in Merced, CA.

    California Field Day demonstrations July 17 to 19 Seeing is believing in many endeavors. Renowned manure management company PCE Pumping Systems is letting attendees ‘see’ how to address manure lagoon management and direct injection application at hands-on classes in Merced, California. Held at a working dairy, the demonstrations will address the considerable solids build-up in a ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Visit Cornell at the IA Show, Booth 1903

    Learn about the clear liquid and solids handling pumps Cornell makes for the agricultural industry. Many Cornell general purpose pumps exceed 80 percent efficiency in popular 1” through 10” discharges, and feature heads up to 700’. For solids handling, Cornell offers three impeller designs for your toughest applications. New ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Spring has Sprung at Cornell

    The cherry trees outside our offices are hung with blossoms. We hope that others in the Northern Hemisphere are having an equally glorious spring. If spring, has your thoughts turning to irrigation and farming pumps, we have a full line of agriculture pumps and manure ...

  • Managing carbon loss

    As the United States continues to develop alternative energy methods and push towards energy independence, cellulosic-based ethanol has emerged as one of the most commercially viable technologies. Corn stover remains the most popular source available, but the loss of soil organic carbon (SOC) associated with the removal of corn fodder as a cellulosic ethanol feedstock is of agricultural and ...

  • B Series Cutter Blade Feature

    The B-series self priming pumps have been used for dozens of years, and in many different application areas. A popular option for this series is the cutter blade. For a low additional fee, we deliver the B pump with a stainless steel wear plate and cutter blade. This is an ideal solution for use on board ships or super yachts to pump faeces ...


    By BBA Pumps

  • Spreading the Word about a Successful Agitation Boat Field Demo

    Puck Custom Enterprises, a Cornell pump distributor, showcased their agitation boats and direct injection technology at a farm in Merced, California last week. The demo days, designed to let dairymen and other interested parties see the power of the agitation boat and the benefits of applying the liquid manure to the field using a drag hose system, was held at a working dairy with a very solids ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Farmers Turn to Bedding Recovery Unit From FAN Separator to Increase Cow Comfort, Production, Save Money

    MICHIGAN CITY, IN -- (Marketwire) -- 12/10/10 -- To save money and ensure a fresh supply of bedding material, farmers are turning to Bedding Recovery Units (BRU), a technology from Bauer Group affiliate FAN Separator, which turns cow manure into clean, dry bedding. "Before we installed the BRU, we were buying a $2,200 load of kiln dried sawdust a week," says Mark Brisson, who tends to 850 ...


  • Still Time to Take Advantage of Cornell Terms and Special Offers!

    Several offers for Agricultural and Industrial accounts are coming to close at the end of the month—but there is still time for you benefit. Cornell Early Order Program allows Cornell Dealers to order Cornell Industrial ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • LiqTech International, Inc. Announces A New Product To Its Portfolio, SiC Membrane Discs

    LiqTech International, Inc. (OTCQX: LIQT) ("LiqTech") is pleased to announce the newest product to the Company's portfolio, SiC membrane discs. The membrane disc system is based on a principle of creating cross-flow by rotating the membrane as an alternative to pumping the liquid across the membrane in the traditional tubular setup. Energy consumption is only 17% compared to regular cross-flow. ...


    By LiqTech International A/S

  • Croatian Biogas Plant of WELTEC BIOPOWER Goes Live

    In summer 2016, a biogas plant of the German plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER went live in Varazdin, northern Croatia. The 250-kW plant of the pig farmer Dalibor Vrček perfectly suits the farm‘s cycle of food production, liquid manure utilisation and energy production in the form of power, heat and fertiliser. The slurry from a newly erected pigsty with 130 sows and 2800 porkers ...


    By WELtec BioPower GmbH

  • Microbe diet key to carbon dioxide release

    As microbes in the soil break down fallen plant matter, a diet 'balanced' in nutrients appears to help control soil fertility and the normal release of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. When plants drop their leaves, stems and twigs, this organic matter slowly becomes part of the soil as a result of decomposition, which is facilitated by bacteria and other microbes. This ...

  • Antibiotic-eating bug unearthed in soil

    It’s well known how bacteria exposed to antibiotics for long periods will find ways to resist the drugs—by quickly pumping them out of their cells, for instance, or modifying the compounds so they’re no longer toxic. Now new research has uncovered another possible mechanism of antibiotic “resistance” in soil. In a paper publishing this week in the Journal of ...

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