You’ll hear about all things manure in this Progressive Dairy podcast with Jeramy Sanford, GEA. Jeramy shares insights on robotic manure scrapers, manure handling efficiency, becoming carbon neutral by 2050 and more!   As a global product manager with GEA, Jeramy brings a unique perspective on U.S. and worldwide manure trends. He’s responsible for developing new manure handling technologies and advancing today’s manure spreaders and scrapers to meet changing demands of conventional and robotic dairies.

Season 3: Episode 11



  1. Like many dairy farmers, you’ve dedicated a lot of time to manure. Jeramy, can you share your experience in all things manure to kick us off?
  2. Can you speak to manure’s evolution over the years and where we’re headed as an industry?
  3. The dairy industry has a goal to become carbon neutral by 2050? How can we work towards meeting that goal from a manure management standpoint? 
  4. We’re always looking to improve and do things more efficiently. What considerations should be top of mind?
  5. What’s one thing you wish more people knew about manure scrapers?
  6. We’re always thinking about ROI. How can we be sure we’re getting the most value and return out of our scraper systems?
  7. What’s on the horizon for dairy farmers to watch for in manure scrapers?
  8. Robot scrapers are in focus right now. How are they performing on farms from what you see? 


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GEA is an industry leader in manure management. From manure scraping to handling and hauling – GEA engineers a full line of manure solutions for efficiency, performance, reliability and safety.

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