...Guess who?... Another thought about chicken manure and composting... Be certain to compost safely so as not to attract vermin. I daresay there are plenty of USA wide websites that will answer any queries appropriate to your requirements. However, I decided to have another browse and I found another site concerning composting household waste. This is a UK site, but the subject matter may well be of use to you folks too.
.... And there's more..... Whilst on the computer, I decided to browse a little on the subject of chicken manure. IT HAS TO BE COMPOSTED BEFORE USAGE!!
I have included a couple of links from a UK site. Please be guided that UK bits n bobs may be a little different from the USA equivalents. The final link is from a site a little nearer home to you folks. I hope you find them useful. I certainly found the first link most amusing. All the info will be either entertaining or useful. Hopefully they will be both.
Decades ago in the United Kingdom, relatives of mine kept backyard chickens for eggs... Just another point to mention... They had the best rose bushes in the street where they lived. Horticultural benefits a plenty!
However a warning concerning the use of chicken manure on homegrown salad vegetables... BEFORE using this form of manure on vegetables to be eaten raw, seek the appropriate advice to prevent any Salmonella or similar food poisoning episodes from occurring in your households.
A similar event happened to me, except I suffered other serious signs and symptoms associated with Sudafed toxicity on a therapeutic dosage. This was just under 25 years ago and I am still going strong. All doctors everywhere need to consider all medication effects in relation to a patient's hospital admission. For folks with a family history of heart trouble and other cardiovascular problems, such as strokes, there is no such thing as being too young for a heart attack. It's drugs like Sudafed that can bring these conditions to the fore in the susceptible. BEWARE...
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