1. Composting treatment
Chicken manure from chicken farms can be treated as compost. First, choose an open space with sufficient light and good ventilation, remove the sundries, and then stack the collected chicken dung directly on the open space, waiting for one to two months. If the chicken dung is black, it means that the fermentation is successful.
2. Biogas raw material
Chicken manure from chicken farms can be treated as biogas raw material. Chicken manure is fine, rich in low molecular compounds, and high in nitrogen. Put it into a biogas digester and seal it for fermentation for some time. The nitrogen in chicken manure will synthesize methane, carbon dioxide, and other mixed gases, which can be used as fuel.
3. Feed treatment
Chicken manure from chicken farms can be treated as feed. Collect the fresh chicken droppings together, remove the sundries, and then dry them for two to three days. After the chicken droppings are dried, mash them, add corn flour, bran, and other energy feeds, and stir them fully.
When chicken manure is used as biogas raw material, pay attention to ventilation, otherwise, the concentration of methane and other gases in the biogas digester is too large, which is prone to explosion. Before chicken manure is used as compost, pay attention to the temperature of the fertilizer. The composting temperature during fermentation is high, so when using compost, wait for the fertilizer to return to normal temperature, so as not to scald the plant.
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