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Survival of bacteria and virus in ground piglet carcasses applied to cropland for disposal

Survival of bacteria and virus in ground piglet carcasses applied to cropland for disposal

Swine Health and Production 4(4): 189-194

Piglet carcasses up to 5.5 kg (12 lb) were homogenized using a commercial-sized grinder. Liquid pig manure collected from an anaerobic pit was applied to the surface of cropland either with no immediate tillage or by subsurface injection into soil.

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