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CDFA now accepting proposals for new manure management practices

Proposals, due September 4, must identify how the separated or collected manure volatile solids will be treated and/or stored to ensure a permanent reduction in methane emissions.

Wisconsin dairy works with U.S. Gain for RNG project

S&S Jerseyland Dairy in Sturgeon Bay, WI, is the site of a newly operational renewable natural gas project. The project was completed by U.S. Gain in only eight months.

Dairy Farmers of Canada looks for trade agreement compensation

Canadian dairy farmers expressed concern that they have waited over a year to receive compensation owed for losses related to recent international trade agreements, including CUSMA.
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