Horse Manure Composting: Specific Steps to Start or Improve the Process

Animal Manure Management January 28, 2016 Print Friendly and PDF

livestock and poultry environmental learning center logo with cow, pig, and chicken sillhouettes over a map of the U.S. with three circling arrowsThis webcast discusses various aspects of composting horse manure. Bedding options and how they impact the composting process as well as basic design considerations in large and small operations are discussed. This presentation was originally broadcast on June 19, 2015. More...

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