Blayne Prowse wrote: However it will not work for me since I do not have either big trees or chooks.
Wayne Mackenzie wrote:I knew a guy who had some type of pet pig who ate ALL of the dog poop in the yard. Talk about a composter.
Blayne Prowse wrote:I search the forums and have not found any good leads. I live in town, with an average sized lot. One large dog, a fair amount of poop, and I really dis-like sending it to the land fill. Was hoping that someone has experience so I can keep the fertility on my property. I was thinking a "humanure" pile Jenkins style, using wood mulch. I have seen various buried trash can models, but in my mind more carbon would be better. What do you think? Thanks.
Theresa McCuaig wrote:We use this system: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sud1JgBSc1Y and pour septic starter on it in early spring. In mid-summer, we add red wigglers. Written directions available as a .PDF download from the USDA at ftp://ftp-fc.sc.egov.usda.gov/AK/Publications/dogwastecomposting2.pdf.
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