Composting manure reduces food safety risks

Composting manure reduces food safety risks by reducing the likelihood that pathogens are present. Composting requires specific active processing treatments; passive treatments like “aging” do not count as composting. For composting standards, refer to the Soil Amendment Overview. If proper composting practices have not been met by you or your provider, then you must follow the application and storage guidelines for raw manure outlined in questions 5 - 10.

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