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Farmyard manure, liquified manure, slurry. Physical properties of the excreta and methods of manure removal






Genio Rurale 51(10): 13-38

Farmyard manure, liquified manure, slurry. Physical properties of the excreta and methods of manure removal

Details are given of the vol. and physical characteristics of the different types of solid and liquid manure produced according to the type of animal (cattle, pigs, horses, sheep, rabbits, poultry), animal weight and methods of animal management (housing, feeding, litter). Mechanical and water-flushing systems are currently used for manure removal. The more recent water-based systems recirculate the water, often using gutters, with continuous batch liquid flows.


Accession: 001834629



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