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The Natural Farming Concept: A New Economical Waste Management System for Small Family Swine Farms in Hawai‘i: Most Frequently Asked Questions on the IDLS Piggery

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Title: The Natural Farming Concept: A New Economical Waste Management System for Small Family Swine Farms in Hawai‘i: Most Frequently Asked Questions on the IDLS Piggery
Authors: DuPonte, Michael W.
Fischer, David
Keywords: livestock production
swine
animal wastes
animal manure management
family farms
show 5 morepollution control
inoculation methods
litter (bedding)
microorganisms
Hawaii

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Issue Date: Sep 2012
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: DuPonte MW, Fischer D. 2012. The Natural Farming concept: a new economical waste management system for small family swine farms in Hawai‘i: most frequently asked questions on the IDLS piggery. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 4 p. (Livestock Management; LM-23).
Series/Report no.: Livestock Management
LM-23
Abstract: This fact sheet answers the most commonly asked questions about the inoculated deep litter system, which addresses the manure treatment process for swine confinement-rearing operations.
Pages/Duration: 4 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/33209
Appears in Collections:Livestock Management, 1999 - present



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