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MANURE, Dung. When collected in a heap, it is considered as personal property, but, when spread, it becomes a part of the land and acquires the character of real estate. Alleyn, 31; 2 Ired. R. 326.

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Not all animal manures hold the same combinations or levels of nutrients.
Manure disposal is a big concern for cattle feedlot operators," says Agricultural Research Service agricultural engineer John Gilley.
Degree of information about green manures (non-chemical): findings of the study suggest that, 1.
coli die-off following application to a sandy loam soil of dairy slurry (DM 7%, 16 days) compared with manures (32% DM; 32 days).
Nitrous oxide and methane emissions following application of animal manures to grassland.
The manures were sundried to reduce microbial load and moisture content and then re-bagged prior to use.
The goals were to evaluate the effects of rare earth elements on phosphorus solubility in manures and to describe the fate of phosphorus and rare earth elements in surface runoff when manures were surface-applied to packed soil boxes and subjected to simulated rainfall.
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services has partnered with the Northeast Recycling Council, the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture and the states of New Jersey and Vermont to develop "how to" manuals and other materials aimed at helping small farms and "hobby" farms manage manures in an environmentally sound manner.
The organically produced food and other things fetch a much higher price encouraging the farmers to use manures such as the vermi compost.
Longer closed spreading periods for organic manures on all soil types will be implemented.
Animal manures have been used as a source of nutrients and organic matter for crop production for many centuries.