Chris Kott wrote:Elle, what do you worm with?
William Bronson wrote: I thought this post would be about poop!
Feeding pigs cow poop for instance.
Of course, insect and microbiological life play a part in that exchange as well.
It seems that every food can benefit from predigestion by microbes and such.
I wonder that more homestead pork producers don't keep chickens or guinea fowl right along side of the pigs.
Furrowing pigs would delight the chickens.
Pig poop would be a paradise.
This pairing seems like a composting super duo.
I do imagine some birds would be eaten, but not too many.
Oyster mushrooms and red wrigglers could also be good links in the chain.
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