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The functions of agricultural cooperative associations in the treatment and utilization of animal waste



The functions of agricultural cooperative associations in the treatment and utilization of animal waste



Sochi Shikenjo Kenkyu Hokoku (19): 1-19



Agricultural cooperative associations can give 2 types of support to dairy farms with regards to the treatment and utilization of animal wastes. Dairy farm purchasing roughage from agricultural cooperative associations can arrange to have the cooperative associations treat and sell animal wastes produced on the dairy farm. Dairy farms which supply their own roughage can use animal wastes to manure their fields and sell any excess animal wastes to the cooperative association.

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