Michele Williams on wed 10 apr 02
Coming from Kansas farm folks, I KNOW the difference more intimately than my
nose wants to remember. Not sure I'm saying thanks for the reminder of that
aspect of my childhood,, but it does bring back some good memories, too.
Thanks for the good stuff!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Diane Woloshyn"
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2002 11:06 AM
Subject: Re: Manure for pit firing
> Manure from omnivores and carnivores smells a lot different from that of
> Personally, I'd stick with the herbivores, cows, sheep, horses, rabbits,
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Diane Woloshyn on wed 10 apr 02
Manure from omnivores and carnivores smells a lot different from that of
Personally, I'd stick with the herbivores, cows, sheep, horses, rabbits, etc.
Diane Florida Bird Lady