Composting

Most agricultural operations produce significant amounts of organic waste, especially livestock and poultry operations. There are multiple methods of dealing with your waste, but the most effective method is to convert it to a nutritious soil input...Compost. If you don't need it yourself, good compost can provide a secondary revenue stream while also providing high-quality inputs for your suppliers.

High-quality compost is not a random process. With the proper inputs and processes, you get a nutritious and beneficial soil amendment, full of beneficial microorganisms. Without the proper inputs and processes, you get foul odors, toxic compounds, and pathogens. Don't leave your compost to chance. Check out the solutions below and then call us at 435-753-2086 and we'll help you create a soil amendment that truly nourishes your soil and your plants.

The Biology and Benefits of Compost

A well made compost is one of the best amendments for any soil. Properly composted organic material is rich in nutrients, trace minerals, and full of the good biology that promotes a thriving soil ecosystem. The problem lies in finding "good" compost. The following series of videos helps you understand the role of proper composting and how it can benefit your soils.

Compost and Soil Biology

This video explains the biology of proper compost and how it benefits your soil and your crops.

Compost vs Raw Manure

Many people look at raw manure as if it is the same as compost. It isn't. There are very important differences. Watch the following video to learn more about it.

 

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