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Season 4, Episode 12
Here is a breakdown of the episode:
360 Yield Center
David Murphy of 360 Yield Center talks about his company’s innovation to water irregularly shaped fields and apply lagoon water throughout the growing season. [~2:00]
Mai Ann Healy of Biofiltro discusses the company’s worm beds and how they can be used to clean 70% to 95% of the nutrients in liquid manure. [~14:55]
Christian Hoekstra with Cattle Care explains how the company’s machine vision technology can be used to monitor employee compliance with milk quality protocols and incentivize efficient behavior. [~30:05]
Brooke Anderson with Native Microbials describes a new feed supplement for cows that is developed from naturally occurring rumen bacteria and that increases milk production. [~44:20]
Natural Prairie Dairy and Sedron Technologies
Dairyman Donald De Jong and Stanley Janicki of Sedron Technologies explain their new manure processing system that separates manure into distilled water, a dry NPK fertilizer and aqueous ammonia. [~56:25]
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