Livestock waste treatment

: Saturday - 25/06/2016 10:20  |  Viewed: 298
Over the past years, My Loc district (Nam Dinh) has promoted the development of cattle and poultry breeding.
However, along with the proliferation of farms and farms, the operation of environmental pollution of livestock has encountered many obstacles. How to overcome this difficulty? We had an interview with Mr. Tran Tat Khuc (photo), Head of Agriculture and Rural Development Department of My Loc district. Dear Mr. My Loc, what are the advantages and disadvantages of livestock development focusing on farm size and farm size? As a small district, the total natural area of ​​about 7,500 ha (equal to 1/3 area of ​​Y Yen district), but the number of farms and farms in My Loc district quite large. According to statistics, the district has 50 farms and nearly 700 farms (mainly intercropped in residential areas). Along with the land consolidation and livestock planning, many households have a large area of ​​land for livestock and poultry to gradually expand. However, in newly built farms and farms, due to the lack of capital, they have invested only in infrastructure, infrastructure, seed and animal feed. The most commonly overlooked item is the waste treatment facility. So far, only 40% of the farms and farms have invested in the construction of biogas plants.
So what is the cause of the situation?
About 10 years ago, I had to get into the cages of livestock farmers to introduce and mobilize the construction of biogas. As a result, many people have understood the benefits of biogas works and construction investment. However, recently, due to lack of propaganda and lack of human resources, mobilization of people to build biogas reactors has not been very widespread. During the meetings with the people, we invited some companies to install and install composite biogas reactors to introduce products to people, but they also lacked marketing staff so many times, The results are not as expected. As a result, there are still some farms that still discharge fresh manure into the environment. To further tighten the situation, the solution of My Loc district in the future is what?
From the end of 2013, Nam Dinh province has implemented the project "Low Carbon Agriculture Support". As far as I know, this project is not simply about supporting livestock producers to build biogas plants, but also propaganda to apply measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions of greenhouse gases . My Loc District Agriculture and Rural Development Department has not been allocated budget for propaganda so it is difficult to operate. In the short term, we only integrate this project into local production plans. Any household who raises much, wants to be issued a farm certificate, is required to invest in building a biogas reactor. The capacity of the cellar should also be appropriate to the size of the herd. Recently, in My Tien commune, there was a pig breeding farm for the joint stock company, although the biogas plant was covered with 1,000 cubic meters of canvas to treat faeces and water but not properly applied to the environment. This farm has been administratively sanctioned. In addition to biogas digester, less costly livestock waste treatment options such as the use of biowaste, microbial fermentation
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