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Methods There are several methods of livestock disposal to choose from, each has its own benefits and drawbacks. While there may be no correct answer for everyone, there are better approaches - especially as we factor in sustainability. Inspiration for this Q&A layout is drawn primarily from Amundson (2013). While this book concerns husbandry (see ...


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The cost of "Organic" dairy At least within the United States, certifying something as organic requires time, effort, and paperwork. There does exist an additional administrative burden for farmsteads wishing to market their products as organic, but if we are invested in the organic method as part of a greater commitment to increasing sustainability, then ...


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Culling helps, may sound harsh but if an apex predator such as the cat begins to predominate or explode in numbers you will have reduction in populations of species that this predator preys on so reduction in the population of the apex predator will see an improvement in the species being affected. A less unsavoury approach is to carry out non-lethal ...


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Note: This still needs info on when carcasses should only be incinertaed, and when which heat tgreatment is neccessary. Animal leftovers can be used as a substrate for anaerobic digestion, to generate biogas. They are high in fat in protein and thus very energy rich. However, There are severyl considerations that will, in all likelyhood, place AD out of the ...


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