One of the principal tenants on ranch is that of soil growth. To achieve this, soil requires nutrition in many forms. One of the best is manure from our cattle and pigs (and even bees).
We also have some petro mechanical equipment to facilitate some of the ranch chores. One of these is the mighty Unimog. We've been working on a project to modify the Unimog such that it can convert it's diesel petrol exhaust to a nutrient rich product which it then deposits on our pastures.
Finally, success! Witness the Unimog Patty (in the mold of the classic cow patty):
|Unimog taking a dump|
While we take great pride in our animals on the land and the way they build soil, slow water, and sequester CO2 we are very excited about this latest development that portends a true back end benefit from the oil industry!
We believe the key to our breakthrough lies in our utilization of the little known 4.1 protocol that was first brought to our attention by these two on one of our more traditional cow patties:
|Flies mating on cow dung in woodlot|