Sheep manure is rich in nutrients, which can be easily decomposed into effective nutrients that can be absorbed and utilized by crops, but also has slow effect nutrients that are not easy to decompose. Organic manure production
has a good effect on improving the geology of alkaline land and barren land and increasing crop yield. The raw materials of sheep manure organic fertilizer are easy to obtain. Nowadays, there are large-scale breeding in various places, and the resources of sheep manure are also very rich. Using sheep manure to produce organic fertilizer can solve the big problem of environmental pollution, and produce a large number of sheep manure organic fertilizer, which can also bring economic benefits.
Sheep manure organic fertilizer production machine
includes crushing process, screening process, granulation process, drying, cooling process, particle screening process, and finally to the packaging process, during which the belt conveyor is connected.
1. The recovered sheep manure directly enters the fermentation area. After one fermentation and two aging stacks, the odor of livestock and poultry manure is eliminated. At this stage, fermentation strains can be added to decompose the crude fiber, so that the particle size requirements after crushing meet the particle size requirements of the fertilizer granulator.
2. Crushing the fermented materials that have completed the second aging and stacking process and enter the mixing mixer. Before mixing, according to the recipe, add N, P, K and some other trace elements to the mixing mixer to start mixing.
3. Transfer the mixed materials to the granulator, granules pass through the dryer and enter the cooling machine, the materials will be sieved after reaching normal temperature, and the particles that meet the requirements will enter the coating machine to wrap the coating film and start packaging, which does not meet the requirements. The granules are crushed by the crusher and then returned to the granulator to continue granulation.
4. Automatic packaging of finished products.