Manure Applicator Predicts More Spring Spreading

Manure application is part of the sustainability conversation in Wisconsin. 

Jesse Dvorachek, a custom manure applicator out of Northeast Wisconsin, says they need multiple pieces of equipment to fit the farmers’ conservation visions. This includes specialized equipment and technological advancements, which are always changing.

He says that manure was viewed as a waste product in the past, and his job is to show farmers how it can be used as an asset on the farm. Technology can now pinpoint where manure goes and in what quantities, which can help with conservation and keep overall input costs low. 

Dvorachek predicts that they’ll see more spring manure application this year due to the rising costs of fertilizer.