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On-Farm Co-Digestion of Dairy Manure with High-Energy Organics (Anaerobic Digestion Systems Series)

Nicholas Kennedy , Georgine Yorgey , Craig Frear , Chad Kruger ,
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The Anaerobic Digestion Systems Series provides research-based information to improve decision-making for incorporating, augmenting, and maintaining anaerobic digestion systems for manures and food by-products. This publication focuses on pre-consumer food wastes that can sustainably be used as substrates for co-digestion with dairy manure and increase the value of co-products. Topics covered include complementary and problematic substrates, the substrate procurement process, regulations, and solutions for co-digestion processing issues.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 15
Publication Date: 9-2015



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