2005 report from New Mexico State University.
With all those animals, it takes a tremendous amount of inputs and resources to manage them properly. Our photo on the top is a large dairy that has about 20,000 animals, with about 16,000 of them being milked on a daily basis. There are 4 other dairies nearby, but this is by far the largest in this area.
We are working with the dairy on a couple areas. They have several thousand acres where they grow some of the feed needed for the animals. These crops include alfalfa, milo, and triticale. The soils in Southern New Mexico are very salty and rocky in this particular area (between Hatch and Deming). We are injecting Activated EM•1® in all their fields, starting now. Over the course of the winter, we should start to see some major improvements in the ground.
|October 7, 2010|
|October 28th, 2010|
Be on the lookout for more updates as we continue to treat this dairy lagoon in Southern New Mexico.