Agriculture

Animal Rearing

Animal Rearing

     The rearing of animals is defined as animals raised or bred for their use or for pleasure or for profit, often for food.

     These activities have associated common problems of odor and elimination of food scraps and animal waste. Some affect the well-being and comfort of the animals themselves, but others can affect the environment. Whether a fish aquarium, a dairy farm, a cattle farm, a pig farm, a crocodile farm, a chicken farm, a catfish farm, a Zoo, a shrimp farm... ENVIRONO®C 301 inoculation has proven very effective in helping to solve many of the problems associated with animal rearing.

     ENVIRONOC® 301 can: provide healthier surroundings; facilitate the degradation of the organic material; in liquids, on the surface of walls and the floors, the bedding and the drains; help to control offensive odors and its regular use can exercise an indirect reduction of insects and flies attracted by odors in the housing area.

Management of Animal Waste

     While the fecal material from the cultivation of animals rarely ends up in a wastewater treatment system, the final destination is the same...the environment. The most common problems associated with animal wastes are odor and the reduction in strength in terms of the impact on the environment.

     ENVIRONOC® 301 inoculation has proven to be very effective in reducing the viscosity of the animal wastes while at the same time controlling the odor. It can also optimize the reduction of the organic content while immobilizing inorganic nitrogen and phosphorus in microbial cells for slow release at the point of final deposition of the liquid waste material.

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