Swine Environment

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Current Problems

Currently, Swine Farms have continuous problems with foul odors, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, excessive flies and high quantities of manure. Due to these problems, there is an increased stress on the animals and unpleasant and unsanitary working conditions for farm personnel. These conditions may lead to fines and penalties, community complaints and a bad reputation.

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Our Process

The NCH Probiotic SystemTM uses the farms existing water system to clean through your facility infrastructure. This system improves the decomposition of pig manure by beginning the digestion process immediately, reducing cleaning time and saving on water and labor costs.

Using the farms existing sprinklers adds several benefits. It decreases the hydrogen sulfide and ammonia levels, therefore reducing the foul odors. It reduces unsanitary conditions, which can attract flies and it promotes a less stressful environment.

Case Study

Two identical barns, containing 1000 hogs each with a waste put underneath (40’ x 200’ x 10’) had high levels of Ammonia and Hydrogen Sulfide.

One of the barns was treated daily, with the biological solution and the other barn was left untreated for comparison.

The Ammonia and Hydrogen Sulfide levels were reduced by 90% in the barn treated for 6 weeks.

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Advantages vs. Alternatives

  • Fully programmable and self-contained hands free operation, 24/7
  • May supplement mechanical, physical, and chemical pest control options
  • May lower labor costs