Rob McKinlay runs a 70-cow dairy near Woodstock, Ont., and has fully incorporated biogas capture into the farm’s feeding and energy system.

Using manure and refused or spoiled feed as a feedstock, McKinlay’s biogas digester fully captures the energy produced on farm and uses it to keep the lights on and dairy farm humming with electricity.

In this very first episode of the Farming Biogas Podcast, McKinlay shares his farm’s biogas integration and experience with host Shaun Haney.

From capturing the full value of feed and bedding materials, to odour reduction, and energy self-sufficiency, listen on to hear McKinlay’s explanation of how farming biogas works on this dairy: 

Want more podcasts? Tap here for our full line up.

Leave a Reply


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.