At Dan City, you can see peanut shells piled up like hills everywhere.
In the past two years, at this city, more than 200 farmers caught peanut shells target market opportunities.
They purchased a number of animal feed cutting machines.
After crushed, peanut shells were turned into livestock and poultry feed or base stock of cultivated mushroom, etc.
They sold it 50 or 60 dollars per ton. The income was increased more than 3 hundred thousand dollars every year.
“In the past years, the peanut shells have been thrown away for waste.
After buying an animal feed cutting machine for processing, the peanut shells are turned into treasures,” said a farmer of this city.