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The actual condition of the treatment and utilization of animal waste and the functions of Agricultural Co-operative Associations for its utilization



The actual condition of the treatment and utilization of animal waste and the functions of Agricultural Co-operative Associations for its utilization



Bulletin of the National Grassland Research Institute (19): 1-19



A survey of specialized dairy farms with >30 cows and of mixed farms with 10-20 cows investigated various methods of handling, using and treating animal waste in relation to the overall farming economy. It was found that the problem of waste disposal was only satisfactorily solved where farms produced their own roughage feeds using slurry or waste solids as fertilizer. Methods of treating slurry on farms where all feeds were bought in were unsatisfactory despite considerable expense.

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