Large animal mortality composting

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In the past Nebraska limited mortality composting to carcasses weighing less than 600 lbs, but this restriction has been removed from the state statute, opening the door to a new carcass disposal option for beef cattle and other large livestock. Although Nebraska has maintained a size restriction on mortality composting for many years, other states have successfully demonstrated that large carcasses, including beef cattle, dairy cattle, and horses, can be effectively composted. Amy Schmidt walks producers through components needed to develop this system in their operation.

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Neil McNeill    
St Louis  |  May, 29, 2014 at 01:30 PM

This item is no longer available. You are getting this error message because you were trying to access an item that has ended. Would have liked to have this for my files

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