Understanding Livestock Composting as there are few methods to safely dispose of livestock mortality
CWMI has been working on mortality disposal since 1990. Research was completed methodically as new questions arose. We started with large livestock(deadstock) migrated to research on managing animals hit by cars, generally wild animals. Moved to managing disease outbreak and drugs residual that might end up in compost if it does not degrade.
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Responding to Routine Mortality and Disasters
Jean Bonhotal, Director CWMI, Cornell University firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Schwarz, Cornell Waste Management Institute Craig Williams, Penn State University, Ann Swinker, Penn State University
Mary Schwarz, Cornell Waste Management Institute
Craig Williams, Penn State University
Josh Payne, Oklahoma State University
Ann Swinker, Penn State University
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