I would prefer to compost the manure but horses are frequently dewormed. Residual medication gets into the ground and can affect the earthworm population.
Ken Peavey wrote:
Backwoods Home Magazine article about manure fuel, a form for manure logs, use of ash.
I need a horse.
Jami McBride wrote:
I heard from a guy in England about using horse manure as winter fuel for the wood stove. Before you freak, burning dung has been done successfully for hundreds of years, as you know. So I did my own experiments.... and was very pleased.
Travis Philp wrote:
So let me see if my feeble brain has this right... you take fresh horse manure, let it dry in a bucket, and then put it into forms and its ready? How do you know when its dry enough, and how long does it stay in the forms for?
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