By Isabel Davies

Farmers Weekly

Devon farmer Richard Haddock says a fertiliser made from unwanted scallop shells could be a way for struggling farmers to cut their costs. Mr Haddock, who runs a successful farm shop as well as a waste recycling business at near Brixham, is setting up a new business turning 100,000t/year of unwanted scallop shells into a soil improver. He said every year the fishing industry was left with huge quantities of scallop shells as an unwanted byproduct. See also: Food-based digestate […]

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