Odors and Solids

PROGEST controls odors and solids by dominating the microbial processes of swine waste. PROGEST will systematically attack, breakdown, digest and liquefy manure with an efficiency that has never been available before. What was out of control is now under control.

People and the Planet

PROGEST is all natural and biodegradable; it is non-toxic and contains no harsh chemicals. PROGEST will dramatically reduce odors during storage and field application – A pleasant change for you and the neighbor!

Proper Application

DRY – PROGEST comes as a dry granular. Simply broadcast product over desired area. Even application is important.

LIQUID – PROGEST is not 100% water-soluble but can be mixed with water to form a slurry – pour or spray (will plug small spray tips). Even application is important.

New User: Activating A Pit or Lagoon

Rates calculated per 800 cubic FEET (6000 gallons)

  • No crusting 1 pound
  • Freshly Pumped 2 pounds
  • Partial Crusting 2 pounds
  • Heavy Crusting 3 pounds

Spread PROGEST over as much surface area as possible. If crusted, open 10 evenly dispersed holes and apply directly into the liquid.

Once properly activated, outdoor storage units will not require further treatment if “Maintenance Instructions” are followed. The integrity of the system will be maintained as activated manure from the confinement area reaches pits and lagoons.

Maintenance Instructions

Frequency: Every 2 weeks

Point of Application: In the gutters or collection pits directly under or behind animals

As manure falls, ammonia and other odorous gases are released. The battle for microbial dominance begins here. Apply PROGEST here.

Application Rate

Ounce Pre

100 Animals

Animals Per

¼ pound

Nursery Pigs



Growing Pigs



Gestating Sows

4 ½


Finishing Pigs



Sows with litters




PROGEST will produce a rich microbial soup that will reduce odors & solids in confinement areas. Treated manure will carry this rich microbial soup to outside storage. PROGEST allows you to continually control odors and solids on two fronts with only one point of application!