Amazing References
Take some time to read the user experiences listed here. You will notice how amazingly positive CMO technology is in the entire agricultural sector. Dairy cattle plant van Ginkel Deetz, 7.9.2015 About   a   year   ago   we   heard   from   Mr   Paul   Rozing   that   there   was   something that could help us solve our manure problem. We   have   a   dairy   farm   with   over   1000   cattle   in   a   barn   complex   divided   into five individual segments. In   order   to   pump   the   slurry   into   the   two   large   repositories,   we   have   to   pump   it   through   several   hundred   meters of channels every day. The   problem   we   faced   was,   firstly,   the   long   way   with   its   many   branches   and,   since   we   have   our   animals standing on finely chopped straw, the considerable floating layer that this straw forms on the liquid manure. Mr   Kästner   (KADELE),   after   examining   the   situation,   did   a   test   to   see   if   the   CMO   substrate   had   the   desired   effect - we saw nothing ourselves, but Mr Kästner was satisfied. Then,   according   to   his   instructions,   we   sprayed   the   part   of   the   barn   complex   furthest   away   from   the   liquid manure storage - 1 x daily, over a large area. For   12   days   we   noticed   no   change   at   all,   but   then   we   had   a   flowable   liquid   manure   like   we   had   never   seen before - it behaved almost like water. In   addition   to   the   flowing   slurry,   we   now   had   additional   storage   capacity,   as   some   of   the   slurry   channels   that had been clogged until then had become free again. Since   we   already   have   a   considerably   good   stable   climate   due   to   our   stable   management,   we   did   not   notice   any significant change. However,   the   liquid   manure   has   retained   its   flowability   to   this   day   and,   despite   the   massive   proportion   of   fine straw in the repository, is pumpable and easy to spread. We   no   longer   have   any   unpleasant   odours.         What   we   notice   is   that   when   we   stir   the   tank,   which   we   always   do before   spreading,   a   layer   of   foam   forms   which   we   have   not   yet   seen   and   which   indicates   a   high   biological activity of the liquid manure. We   never   expected   such   an   effect   and   are   happy   to   have   the   CMO   substrate   as   a   real   help   in   the   workflow   of   our milk production. Yours sincerely, van Ginkel / Managing Director  Demeter Hof Johanna and Heinrich Höcherl Geresdorf, 4 93199 Zell CMO substrate is used in our feeding. It is simply sprayed over the feed during feeding.   After   some   time   the   animals   got   a   shiny   coat,   they   misted   stably   and   the meat increases of the fattening animals rose up to 20%.   Also respiratory problems disappeared by the use of the CMO - substrate.   In addition, the Streumist lying surface was sprayed with CMO substrate once or twice a week. The result - the stable climate improved considerably and the manure quickly went to rotting.   My   vast   pastures   for   the   cattle   are   sprayed   with   one   litre   of   CMO   substrate   and   200   litres   of   water   per   hectare, whereupon diarrhoea in the cattle on the pasture disappeared completely after 2 months.   Also on the field we have more stable crops thanks to the faster rotting of the manure caused by the CMOs   On grassland, the variety of herbs and grasses increases significantly and thus the palatability of the fodder.   As a silage aid it increases enzyme activity.   We are convinced that the CMO substrate strengthens and promotes life processes.   For this reason, we use CMO water privately for various purposes.   These   life   processes   from   the   fragrant   humus   of   CMO   water   have   led   us   personally   from   a   sluggish   anaerobic state to an aerobic of active doing.       With a sunny greeting Heinrich Höcherl Paul Rozing HaRo Milch KG Dorfstraße 29, 39248 Polensko Polensko, 8.9.2015 Experience report: On   our   farm   we   manage   a   dairy   cattle   plant   with   approx.   1700   cattle,   of which   900   are   cows,   an   agricultural   area   of   approx.   1100   ha,   of   which approx. 300 ha is grassland, the rest is arable land and a biogas plant with an output of approx. 1 MW. Especially   in   the   young   cattle   barn   we   had   constant   congestions   in   the   slurry   channels   and   therefore   always had problems with the draining. The stirring effort was large, the smell nuisance, although we were used to it, likewise. Mr   Kästner   (KADELE)   was   recommended   to   us   by   Mr   Ahmann,   our   lessor,   as   someone   who   could   help   with   his CMO substrate. It   took   about   two   months,   then   the   manure   in   the   young   cattle   stable   could   be   pumped   in   the   cycle,   which   I   had not experienced before.   We   are   now   using   the   CMO   substrate   in   the   dairy   barn   by   spraying   it   finely   to   achieve   a   better   consistency   and flowability of the slurry. Overall,   the   animals   appear   happier   and   healthier,   the   cell   count   has   decreased   and   mastitis   has   noticeably decreased. If   the   animals   are   injured,   better   healing   processes   can   be   observed   and   the   odour   nuisance   from   before   can   no longer be felt. What   is   striking   about   the   biogas   plant   is   that   it   hardly   needs   to   be   stirred   and   since   we   press   off   the   solids   in order   to   reuse   them   in   the   operating   cycle,   we   can   also   clearly   see   how   the   material   develops   from   an   anaerobic state into an aerobic one. We   use   the   pressed   material   to   a   large   extent   as   bedding   for   our   cattle   and   have   the   effect   that   wounds   heal better, intestinal diseases become less frequent and the animals generally appear less stressed. People   who   take   the   material   home   with   them   as   flower   fertilizer   are   thrilled.   Not   only   due   to   the   amazing fertilizing effect, but also due to the unexpected odourlessness. A   fungal   growth   was   noticeable   on   the   thin   floating   layer   of   the   fermentation   residue   container,   which   indicates a very environmentally friendly material. The   yields   are   consistently   good   -   with   some   crops   significantly   better   than   with   comparable   areas,   so   that   I have   to   say   that   the   product   has   made   work   easier,   especially   in   manure   management,   which   no   other   product had been able to achieve before. This   year   we   harvested   5   t/ha   from   rye,   3   t/ha   from   comparable   crops   and   2.8   t   from   rapeseed   on   a   soil   with   25 soil points, where rapeseed cultivation is generally not worthwhile - all this with a minimum use of fertiliser. We   give   50   kg   N/ha,   with   maize   nothing   at   all   and   through   crop   rotation   (1   year   cereals,   1   year   rape,   three   years maize), we try to systematically revalue our soils again. We   have   the   CMO   substrate   ourselves   in   our   personal   use   and   here,   too,   it   has   led   to   amazing   successes   and effects, so that it is now part of our daily needs. Paul Rozing Managing Director Milk cattle plant Langenwolmsdorf KG Stolpner Str. 4A, 01833 Stolpen In    the    low    mountain    range    foothills,    approx.    30    km    from    Dresden,    we operate   an   agricultural   farm   with   55   ha   AL,   200   ha   GL:   500   dairy   cows   plus offspring. The   major   environmental   problems   with   our   cattle   manure   during   storage and spreading were to be solved with the construction of a biogas plant. We did not build the biogas plant, but we talked to Roland Kästner. Since   December   2012   we   have   been   using   the   special   CMO   substrate   and   humus   from   the   KADELE   company   in our stables and have thus solved our environmental problem and odour pollution in the long term. We can report further successes: The   slurry   in   the   barn   flows   automatically,   is   lowered   to   the   level   of   the   weirs,   with   its   flow   ability   it   has   become a wear-friendly medium for the slurry technology. The   CMO   substrate   from   KADELE   effectuates   an   aerobic   conversion   of   the   slurry,   there   is   no   more   rot,   and ammonia is bound as ammonium. The stable air is pleasant for humans and animals, the pollutant values are far below the target values. It is no longer necessary to control the flies in the barn. The animals are calmer, healthier, the use of medication and veterinary costs have been noticeably reduced. The   liquid   manure   spread   with   trailing   hoses   on   green   areas   near   the   village   no   longer   stinks;   there   are   no   more complaints from residents. The   green   areas   that   have   been   filled   since   2013   are   relatively   green   despite   the   persistent   drought   and   grow back immediately when it rains. In   addition   to   the   crop   residues   on   the   field,   we   give   the   field   the   available   organic   mass   for   humus   build-up   via high-carbon manure and aerobic liquid manure, nothing is gassed. Our yields from the field and grassland are on the same level as comparable locations and often higher.      Rainer Stange / Managing Director Goose breeding - Wermsdorf Eskildsen GmbH Am Lindigt 1, 04668 Grimma   Dear Mr Kästner, Eskildsen   GmbH   Goose   breeding   Wermsdorf   has   been   using   the   services   of   its   special   CMO   composting   since February 2001. The objective was the production and use of life-stock-specific, immunity-enhancing humus. At   the   same   time   a   complete   utilization   of   the   resulting   organic   residues   -   litter,   feather   waste,   breeding residues, packaging material, residual feed etc. and their return to the production cycle should be ensured. The   humus   resulting   from   the   CMO   composting   should   contribute   both   to   an   improvement   of   the   hygiene situation in the stable facilities and to the sanitation of the outflows. We produce geese with the following stock sizes: Parent animals   10,000 Rearing   50,000 Fattening        10,000 Hatchery 200,000 Mr Kästner's composting results were extremely favorable. Not   only   was   the   time   required   for   composting   to   produce   a   usable   humus   product   surprisingly   short   -   this   also applies to the technological and personnel costs.   The quality of the compost was convincing from the very beginning due to its appearance, structure and smell. The very fast deodorizing effect of the special composting is to be particularly emphasized. The produced humus is used by us to add it as bedding for the day goslings during the new stalls. In the parent stock it is added during the laying period. This   involves   stimulating   the   immune   system   and   using   the   animal   proteins,   vitamins   and   minerals   contained   in the compost. For the day goslings, the stable-specific immunization is the main focus of the considerations. A   further   application   lies   in   the   range   of   the   grazing   lands,   which   acidify   and   condense   fast   because   of   the strong excrement load. This   acidification   process   is   effectively   countered   with   the   deployment   of   humus   from   the   CMO   compost,   and   at the same time sanitation of the outlets is achieved. Since we have been using this method, we have not had any infectious diseases in the stock. We do not use antibiotics and do not need vaccines, which are usually required in similar production facilities.   The positive effect on the stable climate must not go unmentioned.   Our stocks show very good laying and fertilization performance. Animal losses, also in the rearing sector, are well below the usual standard. According   to   our   assessment,   Mr   Kästner's   CMO   composting   process   is   an   animal   health,   and   ecologically sensible and effective process. The    natural    environmental    burdens    which    are    inevitably    associated    with    concentrated    animal    production (infection   burdens,   hospitalism,   soil   fermentation,   soil   infertility   etc.)   are   completely   absorbed   and   neutralized by the CMO composting process. Significant   contrary   effects   are   developed   which   apply   to   both   soil   and   animal   health.   In   the   course   of   CMO composting   all   risk   factors   of   the   starting   material   are   obviously   transformed   in   a   biological   way   by   a   controlled rotting process. In   our   experience,   the   starting   material   is   completely   decontaminated;   otherwise   the   effects   described   would not be possible. Our    veterinarian,    Mrs.    Veterinärrat    Dr.    Rosemarie    Heiss,    has    accompanied    the    procedure    from    the    very beginning.    She was particularly interested in the infection-medical aspects. She supports this thesis and comes to a comprehensively positive evaluation of the CMO procedure. With   CMO   composting,   we   have   found   access   to   an   effective   method   of   organizing   closed   biological   cycles   in our stock. Our resources are used optimally. The   stable   animal   health   in   our   herds   is   for   us   the   most   convincing   argument   for   establishing   the   CMO   process in our production technology. Sincerely yours Lorenz Eskildsen Managing Director Eskildsen GmbH Bio Geflügelhof Deersheim GmbH & Co KG 44287 Dortmund, Ostkirchstrasse I77 Deersheim, 8.01.2004 Dear Mr. Kästner, Biogeflügel   Deersheim   GmbH   has   started   to   make   use   of   your   services   in January 2002 due to the good results of Eskildsen GmbH. Our   poultry   farm   carries   out   a   biological   keeping   and   feeding   of   laying   hens and is basically interested in the application of natural methods. Your   CMO   litter   composting,   above   all   the   organization   of   a   biological   cycle,   corresponded   exactly   to   our intentions with the production organization. Our livestock comprises 130,000 laying hens and 40,000 rearing animals. Our objective for the composting process was to compost all organic waste on site. The   finished   compost   was   used   for   the   runs   and   coulter   rooms   of   the   laying   hens.   In   addition,   compost   from your   special   CMO   composting   process   was   used   with   the   aim   of   immunization   in   chick   rearing   from   the   first day of life. The results showed that the animals had a stable animal health both in the breeding and in the egg production.   The   CMO   compost   quality   was   macroscopically   and   sensory   very   good.   Obviously,   the   aerobic   conversion processes quickly gain the upper hand in the course of your CMO rotting process.   The CMO composting process was surprisingly fast.     Negative odour emissions were not detected. The   amount   of   work   required   for   composting   is   relatively   low.   We   have   good   and   stable   animal   health   in   our herds.    The   animal   losses   in   the   entire   herd   were   reduced   from   over   30%   in   some   cases   to   fewer   than   10%.   This   is   well below the industry average. We recorded an increase in laying performance. The number of inoculations during rearing was reduced.   In   the   stock,   the   use   of   antibiotic   and   chemical   agents   against   bacteria   and   parasites   is   no   longer   necessary, nor are they used prophylactically. According to our evaluation, your CMO composting technique is very interesting in several respects.   First,   by-products   are   reused   in   a   cycle   for   production.   This   saves   costs   at   various   stages   of   the   production process. The   stress   load   on   the   animals   due   to   the   reduction   of   chemical   interventions   (vaccines,   pharmaceuticals)   is significantly reduced. The improvement in animal health and the willingness of the herd to perform are clear. In   addition,   there   are   effects   associated   with   the   management   of   the   CMO   red   process   and   the   composition   of the finished humus. The   immunostimulant   effect   on   day-old   chicks   and   during   rearing   is   convincing,   although   one   would   expect that   the   return   of   excrements   to   the   production   cycle   would   bring   infection   risks   and   have   a   negative   impact   on animal health. In our experience, the finished CMO compost is free of infectious agents. It   certainly   stimulates   the   non-specific   immune   defense   and   simultaneously   makes   the   nutrients   contained   in the CMO compost available for the poultry. With   regard   to   the   grazing   areas,   the   applied   CMO   compost   compensates   for   the   soil   stress   normally   caused   by poultry. A change occurs, which can be described as the hygienisation of runouts, grazing areas and coulter spaces. In   our   experience,   composting   with   CMO   substrate   is   an   effective   and   elegant   recycling   process   and   it   also promotes animal health - thus meeting the objectives of ecologically oriented animal production. The   veterinary   evaluation   of   your   composting   is   very   positive   due   to   the   results   achieved   and   the   positive   effect on young animals by the veterinarians involved. It   seems   very   desirable   to   us   that   the   results   that   can   be   achieved   with   your   composting   are   applied   more widely and that the results obtained in practice are accompanied and verified with suitable scientific concepts. Yours sincerely Dr. med. vet. Ute Knust / Managing Director The   user   experiences   listed   here   are   certainly   spectacular   and   show   us   the   way   to   a   new holistic, non-toxic and healthy agriculture. In   addition,   it   cannot   be   overestimated   that   the   use   of   CMO   substrates   effectively   prevents   the development of multi-resistant germs!
Costs of CMO   slurry conversion - Bottom-Line cost free
In   order   to   have   a   comparability   between   the   individual   animal   breeds,   the   so-called „Large-Cattle-Unit“ was created. A cow corresponds to a Large-Cattle-Unit . Smaller   animals   such   as   pigs   or   chickens   are   several   times   the   size   of   a   Large- Cattle-Unit . Thus the costs of the CMO slurry conversion are also related to this unit of account. The cost of a Large-Cattle-Unit  is 1,-€/month. These   are   very   low   costs   in   relation   to   the   many   advantages   the   manure   conversion offers. But the best is that the benefits are associated with significant cost savings. For example: Significantly lower veterinary costs The consumption of medicines is drastically reduced Additional measures for ammonia containment and the like are completely omitted. And much more The   cost   savings   resulting   from   the   use   of   CMO s   are   usually   considerably   higher than the net costs. This means that the use of CMO slurry conversion not only eliminates slurry problems but also reduces costs.
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