Dog compost bin (not to be used on edible garden): Cut off bottom of bin and drill holes in its walls. Bury to rest about above the soil. Add rocks/gravel to help with drainage. Begin filling with dog poop and secure the lid. After a fe
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I have been going over the many ways to dispose of our dogs poop. Using bags for every pickup would be expensive and a waste of resources. I did a little research and discovered our could family install a dog poop composter, for next to nothing. It proved to be a success. We made the right decision, scoop and drop, couldn't be easier. The hardest part was digging the hole, but well worth it.
Composting is the combining and managing of specific waste materials so that they decompose. Once the materials are mixed together, microbes in the soil will start to breakdown the waste and turn it into the nutrient rich material that helps plants grow. By composting, you are not only creating something that helps keep plants healthy, …
A properly managed privy is at least as healthful for people and land as a septic system and is far more than a place to evacuate waste. Ours is a sanctuary in which to be quiet with no one to ask why you aren't busy; to think or read with no one waiting to get in to shave; to watch a small, pretty piece of the day pass outside (one of the clapboards on our outhouse has a crack that's perfect for viewing through, like Arctic sunglasses.
Deep litter is a method of chicken waste management that calls for droppings and bedding material to compost inside the chicken coop instead of being cleaned out and replaced regularly. If choosing to employ the built-up litter method, it should be well understood and properly managed. Here's how!