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Integrated Farming (IF) refers to a particular [[Bio-Intensive Farming]] practice where water based farming practices are used to create a high level of synergy within several farming activities. IF Systems typically uses bio-solids from feedlots and feed barns as a feedstock for bioreactors. Biowaste feedstocks are first used to generate energy through the stimulation of anaerobic bacteria, in an airtight reactor which can then be used for electrical generation and heating.  
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Integrated Farming (IF) refers to a particular [[Bio-Intensive Farming]] practice where water based farming practices are used to create a high level of synergy within several farming activities. IF Systems typically uses bio-solids from feedlots and feed barns as a feedstock for bioreactors. Biowaste feedstocks are first used to generate energy through the stimulation of [[anaerobic bacteria]], in an airtight reactor which can then be used for electrical generation and heating.  
    
Methane resulting from the Anaerobic reactions in the reactor can be stored and then used at a basic level to create heat for cooking and hot water. At the larger, more ambitious scale Integrated Farms can power [[fuel cells]], [[micro-turbines]] and gas fired internal combustion engines as [[Combined Heating & Power]] units to produce electricity and heat for local use.  
 
Methane resulting from the Anaerobic reactions in the reactor can be stored and then used at a basic level to create heat for cooking and hot water. At the larger, more ambitious scale Integrated Farms can power [[fuel cells]], [[micro-turbines]] and gas fired internal combustion engines as [[Combined Heating & Power]] units to produce electricity and heat for local use.  

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