Current Progress in US Dairy Farm Biogas Development


A short Five Article Report to explain the very interesting recent developments occurring in the Dairy Farm Biogas scene in the US.

US Farm Biogas

Steve Last wrote this short ebook in March 2009 for professionals and students seeking information about biogas digesters on US Dairy Farms, and we very much hope you will find it a useful general introduction to the subject of farm biogas.

Since 2009 the price of fuel has continued to rise and US on-farm biogas production has increased, so this report is even more relevant now than it was when it was written.

Download and read this to:

  • Understand how US Dairy farm biogas digester technology developments are leading to increasing adoption of anaerobic digestion by US farmers
  • Appreciate that anaerobic digestion use is rising in the United States
  • Be one of those people that “gets it” and is clear about the importance of biogas digesters for renewable (alternative) energy production in the future
  • Be realistic about US dairy farm biogas, it’s not perfect! So read this to be aware of the main issues which arise in its production.

To download your copy click on the button below or  on the link that follows..

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    • lan
    • April 10, 2012

    I’m thinking that from this, there are many Dairy Farms benefiting?

    • Earle
    • August 23, 2018

    I have read several just right stuff here.
    Certainly value bookmarking for revisiting.
    High quality pdfs are uncommon.

    You do know that Pdfs are best for
    us farm biogas guys on slow internet connections.

    pdfs can be downloaded and then looked at, whenever.

    • Di Dekker
    • August 28, 2018

    Your method of explaining everything in this pdf is really nice.

    All farmers can now understand the many ways in which anaerobic digestion can enrich a family run dairy farm across the generations

    All can without difficulty know it. I’m a convert and will tell others.

    • M Darwin
    • August 30, 2018

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    Several of them have a lot spelling issues and I find it very bothersome to inform the truth.

    On the other hand I’ll surely come back again.

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