Confined live-stock manure disposal

Authors: Ogilvie, J. R. And F. R. Hore
Description: The magnitude of the existing farm manure disposal problem is becoming significant. The 1961 census on Ontario (1) revealed that the livestock population in the heavily populated region of Southern Ontario was 2,-351,677 cattle, 1,536,458 hogs, 60,150 horses, 247,107 sheep and lambs, and 22,150,563 hens and chickens. By applying Eby
Keywords: confined live-stock manure disposal
Citation: Ogilvie, J. R. and F. R. Hore 1964. CONFINED LIVE-STOCK MANURE DISPOSAL. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 6(1):42-43.
Volume: 6
Issue: 1
Start page number: 42
End page number: 43
Date: 1964
Coverage: Canada
Located in: Volume 6 (1964)

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