Ideal for use by:
|Heritage Camel Breeders|
|Camel Milk & Meat Farms|
A number of high profile livestock outbreaks in recent years has started to shift opinions on managing your own fallen livestock. With landfill and rendering costs still growing now is the time to consider self-owning an incinerator for your own use.
>Camel farmers of all descriptions will have noticed the increase in fallen livestock costs over the last 12 months. We are seeing more and more livestock breeders, dairy farmers and other bovine related businesses get in touch to discuss the benefits of having their own incinerator on-site.
Most agree that the situation is only going to get worse and that it is critical for all farming businesses to review how they operate and bring certain processes such as waste incineration in house.
Our larger models can have optional heat exchangers added (that provide the ability to make heat or hot water from your waste) to then re-use this energy elsewhere for cleaning or drying.
|Owning your own incinerator||vs||Fallen livestock collection service|
|Costs around £10 to incinerate a camel carcass||£15-20 per carcass to have it collected|
|Ensures any diseases are kept at source||Collection increase the risk of cross contamination|
|Reduces the risk of vermin||Need to store deadstock for collection|
Typical Diseases that animal carcass Incineration can eradicate:
Models suitable for camel incineration:
We also have a page dedicated to incinerators specifically for Fallen Stock or Animal By-Products.
For any other kind of livestock or agricultural incinerator please take a look at our Animal Incinerator page.