General Information

Dairies, swine operations, beef cattle feedlots and poultry houses generate substantial amounts of manure. This By-product is an excellent source of nutrients that can be used to feed plants and crops. The manure also adds organic matter to soil that improves its nutrient retention, waterholding capacity, infiltration and porosity. When property managed, manure can be a valuable resource. However, applying manure to the land can also create nuisance odors, contaminate surface and groundwater, and cause nutrient inhalences in the soil. When properly administered, manure can be a valuable resource.

However, the application of manure to the soil can also create annoying odors, contaminate surface and groundwater and cause the leaching of nutrients in the soil, also the presence of high urea contents, mineral salts that animals do not process, generate a crust on the ground and prevent water from penetrating and can cause a focus on the proliferation of diseases (high moisture content is the ideal environment for pathogens, fungi and insects). For these reasons the manure must be processed to obtain the maximum benefit of these in the crops.


Better management of waste and the reincorporation of waste into the environment in a responsible and friendly way, make organic production a viable alternative in these times, and at the same time it gives the opportunity to be used as fertilizer.

  • The use of organic fertilizers increases the proliferation of beneficial microorganisms for the soil.
  • It is a natural and abundant source of NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium) and can be mixed with other elements such as fungi and specific microorganisms for crops.
  • An adequate process with low humidity, an adequate particle size and a sterilized product are the necessary elements for organic production.

    The process of transformation of these products is dry, and without adding steam for industrialization, nor the need for fuel burners used in traditional rotary dryers.

  • The first stage is to process the effluents and separate the water from the solid.
  • The effluents can be treated to be reused in the herd, the cleaning of the facilities or the irrigation systems (Optional Process)
  • The solid component of the manure is subjected to high temperatures while it is transported to guarantee the sterilization of the product.
  • At the end of the process the product is subjected to the reduction of the particle and a second dehydration, until it has the required final size and humidity.
  • Once the process is finished, it is stored, bagged or pelleted (optional process).
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    Generate income from waste and be friendly to the environment are the objectives of livestock activities that aim to endure for many decades.

    All animal manure can be converted into fertilizers of organic origin and returned safely to the environment and generating a positive impact.

    Why choose Our Plants?

    Our customers choose this type of plants because:

    • They are a solution for producers who want to transform Manure into Organic Fertilizer.
    • A product free of salts and urea that can be used to benefit crops at lower cost.
    • Our plants are designed in a modular way, so growing would not be a problem.
    • Wastewater can be reused in animal troughs or irrigation systems, reducing the water requirements of the farm.
    • Solves the problem of bad odors on the farm or dairy farm.