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.

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

May 30, 2011 12:00 AM

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