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    Site development regulations for portable livestock incinerator

    Hi all:
    Anybody out there had experience in developing use/bulk requirements for an agricultural incinerator capable of handing deadstock i.e. cattle, pigs etc.

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    Is deadstock really a word? Never herd of a portable animal incinerator. Can you post pictures or descriptions? The town I work in used to have a 'permanent' rendering plant, and it fell into the Heavy Industrial land use category & regs.

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    Sorry I can't help with the traveling incinerator.

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    Originally posted by Chet
    Is deadstock really a word? Never herd of a portable animal incinerator. Can you post pictures or descriptions? The town I work in used to have a 'permanent' rendering plant, and it fell into the Heavy Industrial land use category & regs.
    I'd never heard of a portable animal incenerator either.

    Did a search and found this website which offers a variety of machines (and some pretty cool one's I might add) to burn stuff including animals.

    http://www.airburners.com/ab-principle.tpl





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    I don't have any pictures of this type of equipment (if it even exists). Was alerted this morning to a feedlot producer that wants to deal with cattle (that are to be withheld from processing and or rendering facilities due to disease etc) in this fashion - hence my request for information.

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    I would think it would be similar regs as for a crematorium
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    Wow how ironic.

    Just this AM I changed my Avatar to Dubya with flames in the background, and now we've got a thread about portable incenerators and burining dead animals.

    The similarities are amazing.

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    I once saw a composting process on a fairly large swine facility. This facility was highly looked on for it's innovative solutions for swine production. I was really impressed. There was almost no smell until you got within 20 feet in mid summer. And even then the smell was not horrible. The producer said they cooked down to almost nothing, they had remains for about 20 of various sizes. I am sure there is something published on it. PM me and I will tell you where to look.
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    Check out this link it might actually help.

    http://wastemgmt.ag.utk.edu/poultryincineration.pdf

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