Posted by Tony W on September 15, 2012 at 05:12:32 from (184.108.40.206):
I have a neighbor that has come to me stating the my cattle manure is smelling and not allowing her to have coffee on the deck in the mornings. I have put 150 pounds of lime on the pile, (that does not smell) and on the fresh droppings about every other day and still she is not happy. I will be putting it on the alfalfa when the 4th cutting is removed but until then-? The smell is coming from the just dropped stuff and not the old. She has handed a paper with Smelleze info and can not find any ingredient info and what it changes in the soil when put back on the ground. Have e-amiled the company. What I am asking is what do you that run cattle do for the odor issue on your farms? Thanks for the non-smell inputs.
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