Steve Higgins, a University of Kentucky biosystems research specialist, says composting disposes of dead livestock quickly and thoroughly. Composting is odorless, does not attract scavengers and provides a product that could be used as compost for crops, Higgins says. The UK research farm regularly uses the process.
Steve Higgins, a University of Kentucky biosystems research specialist, says composting disposes of dead livestock quickly and thoroughly. Composting is odorless, does not attract scavengers and provides a product that could be used as compost for crops, Higgins says. The UK research farm regularly uses the process.
Steve Higgins, a University of Kentucky biosystems research specialist, says composting disposes of dead livestock quickly and thoroughly. Composting is odorless, does not attract scavengers and provides a product that could be used as compost for crops, Higgins says. The UK research farm regularly uses the process.

How to deal with dead farm animals? Composting might be answer

May 30, 2011 12:00 AM

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