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Manure is among the lowest methane yielding feedstocks in digesters, but it is widely used in agricultural anaerobic digestion systems due to its continuous availability in one location, its capacity to resist changes in pH, and its relatively easy integration into existing manure management systems. System types, costs, and environmental benefits are discussed.

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Associate Scientist
Biological Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Associate Professor
Biological Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Waste Management Extension Specialist and Assistant Professor
Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Assistant Professor
Soil and Crop Sciences, University of Wisconsin–Platteville
Assistant Professor
Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Texas A&M University
Assistant Professor
Soil and Water Systems, University of Idaho

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Publication date: Jan. 6, 2021

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