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Bailand Farms

Snohomish, WA

Peter Moon began his composting career at Bailand Farms in 1992. At the time, this was a hobby (of sorts) - an opportunity to take what he had learned as a consultant working on municipal composting projects and apply it to dairy manure. He built turned windrow compost piles and after much time and effort, decided to experiment with Aerated Static Pile (ASP) composting. This was Peter's very first aerated compost pile, comprised of scraped dairy manure mixed with horse manure and bedding as a bulking agent. This pilot project was very successful and ultimately led to what is now "Bailey Compost", a green waste (90%) and dairy manure (10%) compost system.