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anyone got any innovative ideas for using feedlot manure?

 
andrew curr
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THere is one of those things nearby
i can get poo delivered for about 15$/t then i have to spread it
 
Rufus Laggren
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Gas?

Or does that only come straight from the cow?


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andrew curr
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i dont know why they dont doo that more Remember the film beyond thunderdome . ' masterblaster' was a permaculture solution to a problem or a number of problems if ive ever seen one!!!
 
Tom Kozak
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check out the bio gas topic in the energy forum on this site.
 
Miles Flansburg
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How clean is the manure? How many chemicals do the animals get?
 
Andy Reed
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Just dump it on a pile of wood, simple hugleculture, thats what I did, works great, grows a ton of weeds too though. Chickens love it. It's fertiliser, compost, worm food etc, brilliant stuff.
 
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