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Optimal management of family-farm wastes: a theoretical analysis


Livestock waste: a renewable resource: 330-333
Optimal management of family-farm wastes: a theoretical analysis
Variables involved in modelling a 'combined energy, food and effluent system', by extracting methane and using waste for algal growth are set out.

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