Where does it go....Muck

cattleman123

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devon
This might seem a silly question but its always mystified me,i have shed I clean out once a year,60x60 on average their are 35 cattle in their for the whole year,early on they are on add lid cake when they are sold, stores go in their for the winter on Hay or Silage they are bedded twice weekly.....cleaned the shed out yesterday 12 8ton trailer loads of muck...when you think whats gone in their it does not seem that much...hence the question.
 

neilo

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Montgomeryshire
This might seem a silly question but its always mystified me,i have shed I clean out once a year,60x60 on average their are 35 cattle in their for the whole year,early on they are on add lid cake when they are sold, stores go in their for the winter on Hay or Silage they are bedded twice weekly.....cleaned the shed out yesterday 12 8ton trailer loads of muck...when you think whats gone in their it does not seem that much...hence the question.
The bacteria that are living and multiplying in it, in vast quantities, are digesting it, generating heat and moisture as they do so.
 

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