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Four Things to Know About Greenhouse Gas Footprint Assessments

Written by Brock Vetick — Settje Agri-Services & Engineering

Recently, there’s been an increase in the awareness and utilization of manure aeration technology that incorporates an “aerobic” process that supplies enough oxygen to support aerobic bacteria.  While historically, the capital and operating costs of aeration systems have been seen as cost-prohibitive, advances in the design and components used in today’s systems have demonstrated the potential to offer an attractive return on investment, in addition to improved odor control and net manure value for the operation.

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Blackshirt Feeders to Relocate New Feedlot Facility

Written by Settje Agri-Services & Engineering

RAYMOND, Neb. (July 15th, 2022) – For a variety of reasons to be explained, Blackshirt Feeders LP, with the assistance from Settje Agri-Services and Engineering, has recently submitted to Dundy County, a new conditional use permit application. This permit intends to move their previously permitted site in Northcentral Dundy County, to a new site in […]

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Dairy Manure Digestion and Dilution, Part 2: Manure Thickening — Myth, Reality, or Maybe?

Written by Andrew Wedel PE — Settje Agri-Services & Engineering

Recently, there’s been an increase in the awareness and utilization of manure aeration technology that incorporates an “aerobic” process that supplies enough oxygen to support aerobic bacteria.  While historically, the capital and operating costs of aeration systems have been seen as cost-prohibitive, advances in the design and components used in today’s systems have demonstrated the potential to offer an attractive return on investment, in addition to improved odor control and net manure value for the operation.

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Dairy Manure Digestion and Dilution: Part 1, The Impact

Written by Andrew Wedel PE — Settje Agri-Services & Engineering

Recently, there’s been an increase in the awareness and utilization of manure aeration technology that incorporates an “aerobic” process that supplies enough oxygen to support aerobic bacteria.  While historically, the capital and operating costs of aeration systems have been seen as cost-prohibitive, advances in the design and components used in today’s systems have demonstrated the potential to offer an attractive return on investment, in addition to improved odor control and net manure value for the operation.

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Settje Hires Renowned Agricultural Engineer As Sustainability Director

Written by Settje Agri-Services & Engineering

Settje Hires Renowned Agricultural Engineer as Sustainability Director Andrew Wedel will help customers adapt to emerging market trends, monetize efforts   RAYMOND, Neb. (January 19, 2022) – Settje Agri-Services & Engineering, Inc. (SASE) is adding to its experienced team by hiring Andrew Wedel, P.E., as the Director of Sustainability and Innovation. In this role, Wedel […]

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The Four Components of a Successful Handling Facility

Written by Settje Agri-Services & Engineering

Recently, there’s been an increase in the awareness and utilization of manure aeration technology that incorporates an “aerobic” process that supplies enough oxygen to support aerobic bacteria.  While historically, the capital and operating costs of aeration systems have been seen as cost-prohibitive, advances in the design and components used in today’s systems have demonstrated the potential to offer an attractive return on investment, in addition to improved odor control and net manure value for the operation.

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The Benefits of Manure Aeration Systems

Written by EASYFIX and Settje Agri-Services

Recently, there’s been an increase in the awareness and utilization of manure aeration technology that incorporates an “aerobic” process that supplies enough oxygen to support aerobic bacteria.  While historically, the capital and operating costs of aeration systems have been seen as cost-prohibitive, advances in the design and components used in today’s systems have demonstrated the potential to offer an attractive return on investment, in addition to improved odor control and net manure value for the operation.

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Opportunities for Confined Beef Production in the Midwest

Nebraska and the Midwest are in a unique position to capitalize on multiple opportunities available for confined beef production.

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The 8 Steps of a Construction Project

Every livestock facility construction project comes with its own unique set of circumstances and challenges. That’s why Settje Agri-Services makes every effort to lay out the construction process and timeline as transparently as possible.

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The Top Benefits of Summer Manure Stockpiling

When it comes to raising crops, any farmer will tell you, “timing is everything”. And that goes double for the timing of your manure application. Getting the right amount of nutrients applied to your field at the right time is a key factor to ensure a good start to next season’s crops. Stockpiling manure on the edge of a field in the summer can give you multiple advantages over waiting to purchase your manure, including more control over the timing of your fall/winter manure application.

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