UPDATE 12-14-2016: Purdue University Study confirms claims made in WSJ article.
I am pleased that the odor reducing benefits of ManureMagic were highlighted in the recent Wall Street Journal article.
Drylet’s patented product for the animal waste industry, ManureMagic™, was mentioned in a Wall Street Journal article as a product that reduces odor from pig manure by 75 percent.
In “Government Scientists Try to Take the Stink Out of Pig Manure,” reporter Mark Peters highlights the challenges associated with reducing the smell generated from pig farming operations, and focuses on remediation efforts of government scientists at the Department of Agriculture. His article was published in the September 18, 2014 issue of the Wall Street Journal.
“I am pleased that the odor reducing benefits of ManureMagic were highlighted in the recent Wall Street Journal article,” said Steve Ellis, Drylet Executive Vice President. “In addition to reducing the smell caused by agriculture feeding operations, other benefits include environmentally friendly control of solids, crusting, gas and foam buildup.”
Patented ManureMagic is highly concentrated. It utilizes millions of micro bioreactors to deliver hundreds of billions of live microorganisms that consume solids associated with animal production. ManureMagic™ will significantly reduce sludge build-up, crusting, gas build-up and odor. ManureMagic delivers all of these benefits without any adverse impact to the environment.