So you want to know: What are Manure Ponds and How to Use the Lagoon Biogas which an unmixed lagoon produces naturally.
Definition of "What is a Manure Pond"A farm manure pond or lagoon is a man-made outdoor earthen basin filled with animal waste.
They are created from the manure slurry, which is washed out from underneath animal pens and piped into the pond.
A foul smelling gas called biogas is produced, and the majority of the gas is methane.
Some farmers cover their manure ponds to capture the biogas, and reduce odours.
The methane in the biogas can be used for heating and for generating electricity on the farm.
Other farmers go to great lengths to produce biogas in large tanks called digesters where they put manure and used bedding material from their barns.
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