Early Bird Compost Reuses Waste to Produce Growth
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
During the Clinton Administration poultry farmers were in a bind. The government was putting limits on how farmers could spread manure in areas such as watersheds. Rhonda Heimericks, board member for Central Missouri Poultry Producers Inc., said the group of turkey and chicken farmers got together and formed a co-op to market their turkey litter and fill a niche market through their product, Early Bird Compost.
For more of this story check out the March 30 issue of the California Democrat.
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