Tag Archive: AgriculturalEngineering

/News---Info/Blog/January-2016/Celebrate-Funding-Success Mary Wagner, PE
Most of what we deal with day to day are project need overloads and tight budgets. How can municipalities overcome the obstacles of funding much-needed projects? Here’s a peek into what is available in the funding realm, along with some examples of how other communities like yours have been successful.

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Why-should-you-move-from-daily-manure-hauling-to-m Matt Rockweiler, EIT
It might not be winter, according to the calendar, but many of us in the Midwest have received the first snow of the season. With the snow comes the risks associated with winter spreading, especially the possibility of manure running off into surface water. Although some farmers will continue daily hauling, others are exploring other manure management solutions. 

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/News---Info/Blog/October-2015/World-Dairy-Expo-2015 Andrew Skwor, PE, CPESC
The 2015 World Dairy Expo theme was “Dairy in our DNA”. The DNA of the Dairy Industry is based on the interdependency of metaphorical “building blocks” – so too is the success of any agricultural engineering project. We've collected some of our favorite moments from the week. Check them out!

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/News---Info/Blog/September-2015/Investments-in-Animal-Waste-Storage-Often-Overlook Jeremy Haas, PE
Proper animal waste storage is important to protect the environment as well as to preserve the nutrient value of the manure. Here are three important considerations when planning your storage upgrade to ensure you get the most out of your investment.

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/News---Info/Blog/July-2015/Why-do-farmers-need-an-engineer-on-their-managemen Josh Slaney
Agriculture is a hot topic in today’s society. With farms expanding and trying to produce more and more commodities for the growing population and the EPA enforcing stricter regulations, trying to keep everybody happy becomes chaotic. The old saying, “We’ve always done it this way” doesn’t hold true anymore in the agricultural community.

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