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Anyone burning manure in a RMH?

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After spending an hour or so picking up horse manure that was unfreezing for the day, I got curious about what all I could do with the growing pile in addition to the composting done for the garden.  Ran into this article and wondered if these manure blocks would be suitable for a rocket mass heater?   Certainly going to make some of the manure logs to try in my regular wood stove, but since I want to replace it with a RMH, thought I would ask to see if anyone had already given it a try.

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