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Livestock Anaerobic Digester Database

Anaerobic Digester in FremontAnaerobic Digester in Fremont, MI. Photo Credit: CC by SA by USDAThe Livestock Anaerobic Digester Database provides key information on anaerobic digester projects on livestock farms in the United States. AgSTAR publishes updated data on this website periodically (generally, two times per year) to enhance public access to information and support the development of biogas recovery projects. Because the data are compiled from a variety of voluntary sources, AgSTAR cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in the Anaerobic Digester Database. While the Program strives to keep the information as updated and accurate as possible, the database is not exhaustive and may not include data for every anaerobic digester project on livestock farms in the United States.

This page lists only projects that are in operation. The downloadable Excel version includes projects that are under construction and projects that have been shut down. The Excel file also contains more site-specific information.

Excel iconAgSTAR Livestock Anaerobic Digester Database (January 2019)(74 K)

Have an update or correction to the Database? Contact AgSTAR to provide your updated information.

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► Use the Filters row below the column headings to narrow the list.  
► Use the Search input to find projects based on a key word.  
► Use the Show dropdown to control the number of entries displayed on your screen at one time.  
► If necessary, you should be able to scroll horizontally to view all of the columns; use your browser's zoom feature to fit more columns on your screen.

Project Name City State Digester Type Biogas Use(s) Start Year Animal Types Co-digestion Attributes USDA Funding
Project Name City State Digester Type Biogas Use(s) Start Year Animal Types Co-digestion   USDA Funding