Ideal for use by:
|Heritage Goat Breeders|
|Dairy & Meat Goat Farms|
With landfill and rendering costs growing at an alarming rate the idea of self-owning a small capacity goat incinerator for your own use is becoming more and more viable – especially now with our competitive range of incinerator solutions and finance options available.
Goat farmers and all livestock owners for that matter are acutely aware of the rising costs associated with the disposal of fallen livestock and animal by-products. Incineration can not only reduce these costs but it can allow you to take full control of how you manage your waste and biosecurity on-site.
Our agriculture range of models that burn under 50kg per hour are all DEFRA type approved meaning that no planning permission are required. You can use them on your own farm for carcass disposal, and the destruction of other waste material allowed within the WID (Waste Incineration Directive) and keep your farm and livestock as safe and secure as it can be with instant incineration at your disposal.
All our agricultural range have a number of options and custom features available such as auto de-ashing, auto-loading and heat exchangers (that provide the ability to generate hot air or hot water from your waste). All models also feature a 2 second retention time in the secondary chamber and comply with EU animal by-products regulations for air quality.
|Owning your own incinerator||vs||Fallen livestock collection service|
|Costs around £5* to incinerate a goat 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|
As a Goat farmer, you will be more than aware of the demand and constraints handling livestock can have. It is at this time we see the biggest increase in demand for our products. They are used primarily for the disposal of any fallen livestock or stillborn goats. We advise on incineration for these issues as it immediately tackles biosecurity issues, incineration has become far more advanced over the past number of years, and it is widely accepted that almost all the emissions from these incinerators are in fact just clean air.
Models suitable for goat carcass incineration:
Typical Diseases that animal carcass Incineration can eradicate:
10 tips on animal by-products 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.