Notes on Cow Dung Granular Fertilizer Making

In order to solve a series of problems caused by a large amount of cow dung, it is better to compost and pelletize cow manure to make it become organic fertilizer, so as to create more benefits for economy, society and environment.

At present, the most common and valuable processing method is to convert cow dung into marketable organic fertilizer. Cow dung is a waste produced by cattle. It has high levels of organic matter and rich nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, as well as many other essential nutrients. According to the data, cow dung contains 12.9%DM and excretes 0.15kg N, 0.04kg P and 0.08kg K per day. In addition, cow dung also contains high levels of ammonia, which can almost kill the growth of pathogens. Once the raw cow manure is composted by a professional composting turner, it can provide many benefits for plants and organic farms, which makes cow dung a very popular and useful raw material for organic fertilizer production.

As one of the most important sources for the preparation of effective biological / organic fertilizers, cow manure residues should be collected first. Heavy cow dung should be mixed with organic matter such as dead leaves, sawdust, wood ash, hay and straw. The mixed cow dung is then composted and fermented better through composting. After full composting, the cow dung is transferred to the crusher for crushing to ensure the smooth granulation process. Remember to choose the right organic fertilizer granulator according to the manure composting and production scale.

Generally, in order to facilitate packaging and storage, rotary dryer will be used to evenly dry the particles and eventually produce a uniform and high-quality final product. Finally, ShunXin Fertilizer Machinery also provide automatic packaging machines to achieve efficient, automatic and convenient organic fertilizer packaging and bagging solutions.

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