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Composted Animal Manures: Precautions and Processing

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Title: Composted Animal Manures: Precautions and Processing
Authors: LeaMaster, Brad
Hollyer, James R.
Sullivan, Jennifer L.
Keywords: animal manures
compost quality
microbial contamination
Issue Date: Jul 1998
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: LeaMaster B, Hollyer JR, Sullivan JL. 1998. Composted animal manures: precautions and processing. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 5 p. (Animal Waste Management; AWM-1).
Series/Report no.: Animal Waste Management
Abstract: Compost is made by recycling organic materials such as yard trimmings, wood chips, food scraps, and animal manures in a controlled process. The process employs microorganisms to transform the raw materials so that they are no longer recognizable. Quality compost is thoroughly decomposed and pathogen-free. The possible presence of pathogenic microorganisms in compost is a major challenge for compost producers. Composted animal manures can be used in many beneficial products, but they must be properly processed. The most important conditions with respect to sanitization are: the composting process must be thorough; the composting process must be complete; and, the finished compost must not be reinoculated with pathogens.
Pages/Duration: 5 pages
Appears in Collections:Animal Waste Management, 1998 - present

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