Hog Farmers

I thought I'd drop you a line and let you know how the windmill I bought a year ago is working.

I purchased a 20' Turbo Jet with dual diffusers. I'm using it to aerate a liquid hog manure pit to try and cut down on odours. According to my wife's sensitive nose," it is worth every penny"!

There is definitely a reduction in odour. On hot summer days when there has not been much wind for a few days, we do notice an increase in odour. One benefit I had not expected was the reduction in solid manure that would have required a lot more agitation at the time of emptying the pit. The solids are being kept in suspension by the constant motion caused by the bubbling action.

Being someone who likes to build things with my hands, I found the windmill fun to put together.


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