Compost Smarter Not Harder Workshop
December 10, 2014
Gain important insights into how to solve four of the most vexing problems most composting operations experience at our Compost Smarter, Not Harder Workshop in Giltner, NE on December 10, 2014.
At this compost workshop you will learn…
- How to increase compost quality
- Resolve odor issues whether real or perceived
- Effectively manage windrows for predictable results
- How to radically reduce turning costs
Composting, Compost Turners and Humus
– The Simple Way To Turn Dirt Into Gold
No farmer I know likes to see all their hard work and their profits disappear into thin air because of rising oil prices, fertilizer prices and uncertain weather. And while there has been a lot of talk about composting, using humus, and organic farming for years – all too many farmers have just ignored it as the latest fad or a bunch of hot air.
So why should you care about organic farming, composting and the compost turners needed to create humus?
Some people think crops grown with organic fertilizer using organic farming methods taste better or are better for the environment. Which may be. But the most important reason you should care about composting and making humus with compost turners is because you can dramatically cut your costs paying for fertilizer and increase your income.
Of course, not every composting methodology will make you money. Which is why here at Midwest Bio Systems we’ve spent years developing the proprietary humus technology you need to turn dirt into gold.
Interested in cutting your costs and significantly boosting the income from your land? Discover how much more money you could be making with our humus compost technology, whether you start with our FREE report, attend a compost workshop or contact us directly.
Today at the Compost Site
|"If every piece of equipment that I purchased gave me as little trouble as your compost turner, it would be wonderful!"|
Norman, One Straw Farm
While Hall, Maryland
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|"This is no exaggeration. We are picking between 300 and 400 tomatoes every day! And they are big… and full… and beautiful… and the result of much care and the richest compost known to man. Thank you, Midwest Bio-Systems."|
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