Jay Angler wrote:I did a lot of reading about it and learned a lot. My big concerns were my inability to keep it warm and the need to have a reasonably regular quantity of input material. With dead tree and cheap electricity competing with the biogas side of the equation, I decided that composting was the way to go.
Now if I ever got a decent green house, my opinion might shift! Then again, it might not. With a decent greenhouse, I could process much of the same waste using Black Soldier Flies, and that would feed my chickens and the frass would be good for my growies.
R Scott wrote:Anybody have experience with both? Is there a difference in daily upkeep?
In planning my off grid house, the idea of not needing propane is VERY appealing. But I want as easy as possible, I would rather haul 20 lb bottles than deal with any more daily upkeep than buckets.
Will Goodfoot wrote:Can anyone speak to the efficacy of building a biogas generator such that it is heated like a greenhouse? But a standalone unit, maybe attached to the south side of a home (vs. within a greenhouse)?
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