Tuesday, October 7, 2008

On a Farm, Manure Happens...

I've been waiting to blog about our composting operation until I have good photos. Most days--all of them, so far, in fact--it doesn't occur to me to run out and take photos of the composting process. Recently, however, our farm was featured in a magazine. And there are some pretty good photos along with the article. So I thought maybe I'd just link to the magazine article and let you look at the photos there...

6 comments:

  1. Cool pics.
    But I guess i would never have thought of a magazine with that name.
    But I suppose there is a need. LOL.

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  2. It does have rather a narrow focus and a limited readership, I think. ;-)

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  3. You guys are becoming famous---did it all start with the "manure" scratch and sniff sticker article?

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  4. Lona!! How exciting! (if you can call manure exciting). I'm so proud of you guys for doing such an ecologically responsible thing with excellence. Good job!

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  5. Scratch and sniff brochure...I feel another post coming on...

    Thank you, Pam. Manure is kind of exciting--from a distance. :-P

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  6. Lona, that is fascinating! I took a Waste Management and Utilization course at University (engineering department) and it ended up being really interesting. Our university had a similar compost system set up ... so great to have such a useful byproduct. Good for you guys!

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