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Research project in composting of manure for the production of safe bedding for dairy cows

Thanks to a subsidy from Agiculture and Agri-Food Canada, Le Centre de recherche en science animale de Deschambault (CRSAD), is exploring the composting of manure for the production of safe bedding for dairy cows.  A composter from Brome Compost is used to help with this research!  The goal of this research project is to demonstrate

Example that prepares the next generation of farmers

Composting on-site is an affordable, environmentally sound, socially acceptable method to reduce risks associated with biosecurity, such as PRRS (Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome).

BROME Compost offers different composter models and complementary equipment as well as services to adapt to the composting needs for managing manure and bedding on your farm.

Enlarge and click on the image below to get a closer look at the different parts and accessories available for managing manure composting on your farm. 


This image illustrates a project that is adapted for on-site composting at a food-processing facility.  It is possible to configure and adapt the various components to your specific needs. Contact us for more information.

This image presents a Brome Composting System including:  A composter equipped with an extension module to extend the length to 32 feet, a sliding door large enough for introductions using a tractor, an automatic screw feeder, a manure separator,  a screen sifter as well as conveyors.

Composting manure to generate livestock bedding

Recycling used bedding is a great alternative to purchasing of standard bedding such as wood chips. Composted bedding presents many benefits: enhanced comfort for your animals, less manure to dispose of and lower bedding costs, which can amount to several thousands of dollars every year.

Manure composting can also be a source of income, helping to reduce operating and export costs and increasing your manure’s fertilizing potential.

Composting manure on-site yields several benefits:

Manages your manure

  • Better manure management;
  • Saves on transportation costs by reducing its volume.
  • Generates bedding
  • An automated composting system operating continuously produces bedding to enhance the comfort of your livestock.
  • Considerable cost reduction in bedding purchases;
  • Higher value for the use, export or marketing of your compost.

Easy operation

  • Cleanliness;
  • Minimal operating costs;
  • Few workers needed;
  • Simple installation;
  • Better control over the composting process;
  • Better control over odor management;
  • Better control in all weather conditions : temperature, precipitation, evaporation

Costs associated with equipment maintenance, spreading volumes, pathogen-reduction, the purchase of wood chips and herbicides or the export of manure are all significantly reduced when composting your own bedding.