Farmergy to Hold Pork Energy Forum September 20 in Goldsboro, N.C.

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If the latest legislation on animal waste management systems passed by North Carolina's State Senate becomes law, it may provide pork producers an exciting opportunity to produce renewable energy, reduce input costs and even boost farm income.

Energy costs are a significant input for swine operations and prices are increasing annually. New state incentive programs for waste management systems may make renewable energy generators like bio-digesters a viable option for many pork producers in North Carolina. And, the emerging carbon credit market can provide additional income for producers and hedge against future energy price increases.

Pork producers and industry participants are invited to learn more about these opportunities at an informational meeting hosted by Farmergy, EcoSecurities and Environmental Fabrics Inc.

Educational meeting and light dinner to provide information on energy generation opportunities for North Carolina producers

Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 6 p.m.

The Country Inn and Suites
2302 Norwood Ave
Goldsboro, N.C. 27532

Co-hosting this informative event are three different, but symbiotic, companies serving the agriculture industry.

Farmergy is an innovative energy solutions company that provides agriculture producers the tools and expertise to evaluate energy needs, select and implement clean-energy systems, and take advantage of available incentives, tax credits and financing.

EcoSecurities is an industry leader with ten years of experience in the business of developing carbon credits from greenhouse gas emission reduction projects.

Environmental Fabrics Inc., is a manufacturing and general contracting firm specializes in the application of geosynthetic products in waste-water and water process operations.

Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Chris Carl by September 14, 2007 by calling 1-888-838-0042 ext. 802 or e-mailing chris.carl @

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