A slurry system is a common waste management system used in pig farming, where pig manure is collected in a storage tank and then spread onto fields as fertilizer. While slurry systems can be effective in managing pig waste and providing nutrients to crops, they also have potential environmental impacts if not managed properly.
To minimize these environmental impacts, it is important to manage slurry systems carefully by implementing best practices and utilizing technologies.
The Landia automatic control handling is easy to handle. All the farmer needs to do is pull the plug for the slurry inside the stables, and the slurry run in a pipe to the reception tank.
The Landia GasMix system offers a groundbreaking mixing solution for anaerobic digesters in Water Resource Recovery Facilities. The GasMix system has all its mechanical components located outside the tank, allowing all service and maintenance to be completed without emptying the tank or entering the sealed digester environment.
It is difficult to get the thick slurry out of the pig barn. The task is, therefore, to have the slurry transported out of the stable in a safe and efficient way. With a scraper system from LJM there is also no need to flush the channels with water.
This special system that allows to flush manure in a pig barn without water. When you pull the plug, the homogeneous manure flush out. The manual system reduces ammonia and hydrogen sulphide. Safe for the environment – easy for the farmer.
Typically slurry is stored in lagoons. It is an easy solution, but generally, after five years, the solids will fill the lagoons and are very difficult to empty. Therefore, when the farmer wishes to bring the slurry to the fields, the slurry has to be dug out and transported to the areas. It takes time and requires that you move the slurry again.