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2006 CSBE/SCGAB, Edmonton, AB Canada, July 16-19, 2006
This study was carried out on two beef farms in southwestern Ontario. Beef mortalities were composted using the current recommended practices for Ontario. Three substrate materials were evaluated: bedded cattle manure, wood shavings and corn silage. Small compost piles, each holding 2 or 3 mortalities, were created on an earth base. Large square bales were used for at least 3 walls of each pile. Temperatures inside the piles were recorded throughout the cycle. At the 6 month period, the pilesdoi:10.13031/2013.22067 fatcat:2zub63jsxffy7ai4rf6d2gqjqa