For many years, septic tanks have served homeowners in both rural and urban areas to dispose of their waste in a safe and efficient manner. However, most traditional septic tanks tend to use a lot of space, become easily clogged, and emit foul smells from time to time. To address these challenges, a newer model of septic tank has been developed in recent years—it is called the biological septic tank. This new model is a smaller, more effective system that operates in an ecologically friendly manner.
It's always tricky dealing with the swings of the weather when you are a farmer. You can suffer if there is too much rain, not enough rain or even rain at the wrong time of the year. It can make it really challenging to have enough feed for livestock or to be able to harvest a crop later in the year if you are a crop farmer. Often there are some relatively simple things you can do to manage these issues, including buying supplemental feeds or running drainage ditches. This blog is about managing all of the events that can happen over a long winter as a farmer or farm manager.