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Carcass composting study yields positive results


April 12, 2010
By Western United Dairymen

April 7, 2010, Tulare, CA
– The preliminary results of a study on mammalian carcass composting for
emergency disposal were unveiled recently by University of California
Cooperative Extension (UCCE) staff at the UC Veterinary Medicine Teaching and
Research Center (UC VMTRC) in Tulare, CA.



April 7, 2010, Tulare, CA
– The preliminary results of a study on mammalian carcass composting for
emergency disposal were unveiled recently by University of California
Cooperative Extension (UCCE)
staff at the UC Veterinary Medicine Teaching and
Research Center (UC VMTRC)
in Tulare, CA.

Surrounded by research
stakeholders including local veterinarians, county landfill operators,
environmental and public health staff, as well as members of the dairy industry,
Carol Collar of UCCE and Paul Rossitto of the UC VMTRC presented the
university’s initial findings.

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