Nutrient Concentrating / Separating System

We live in a fast-paced world where technology and innovations are continually evolving.  Agriculture is no exception to this trend.  Farming technologies and practices are developing daily as big data and industry leaders help us understand more about what we are capable of.  In an effort to remain a competitive business we are constantly exploring and brainstorming new opportunities to better ourselves as agriculture professionals, stewards of the land, and caretakers of livestock.  On this page you will find some of the areas we are currently researching as possibilities for growth and expansion.  If you are an expert in any of these fields and you feel you could contribute to this growth, or if you are simply interested in learning more about why we are exploring these options, please feel free to use our contacts page to get in touch with us.  We are always interested in teaming up with entrepreneurs and ground-breakers in the agriculture and renewable energy industries.

Nutrient Concentrating/Separating System

Our current organic fertilizer is a composite of multiple nutrients and water. A nutrient concentrating system would allow us to de-water and/or separate the nutrients.  There can be scenarios where land application and crop utilization are limited by a specific nutrient.  De-watering and nutrient separation could allow us to manage each of the three macronutrients (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium) separately.  This could allow us to implement variable rate applications and allow us to better apply nutrients where they are needed.  The separated water could be stored and irrigated on growing crops.  This would make us capable of irrigating crops while not depleting the groundwater supply.

Simply concentrating our current product by removing the water could be advantageous as well.  We would decrease the total gallons of product we would have to apply through our dragline and tanker application systems.  This would reduce wear and tear on county roads.  With this system we would still have the separated water to be used for crop irrigation.