Any other Ohioians been getting all the literature on...

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  1. seedspreader

    seedspreader AFKA ZealYouthGuy

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    handling manure sent to you by the state? I received a letter a while back about manure handling practices and today 3 copies in 3 different packets of the exact same manual.

    I believe it was sent out from a list I am on from the soil conservation department.
     
  2. jersey girl

    jersey girl Well-Known Member Supporter

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    No Bob, we have not gotten a copy of that yet. We are on their mailing list cause we get other stuff from them. Can't wait to see their great ideas on manure management. Our county often seems to be behind.
    Joanie
     

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    palani Well-Known Member

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    http://frwebgate3.access.gpo.gov/cg...ISdocID=88001210633+0+0+0&WAISaction=retrieve
    U.S. Government Style Manual -
    Sure hate to see a guy who can't spell his own nationality....:)
     
  4. Boleyz

    Boleyz Prognosticator, Artist

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    (I just can't let this one go by...Too rich)

    IMO if there are any group of people who need instructions on "Manure Handling", it would be Ohioians...

    There's so much there to deal with.... :baby04: :) :rolleyes:
     
  5. seedspreader

    seedspreader AFKA ZealYouthGuy

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    seedspreader AFKA ZealYouthGuy

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    Well, boleyz, you have to move past the classification of manure as "What's for dinner" in Kentucky before you realize it's a waste product that needs to be handled correctly.
     
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    Boleyz Prognosticator, Artist

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    I love these little jousts we have...excellent response... :)
     
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    seedspreader AFKA ZealYouthGuy

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    LOL, yeah, new people must think we are crazy!


    pssst... I think they are right!
     
  9. palani

    palani Well-Known Member

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    I guess the insurrectionists are winning there then. If you insist on being without a nation and a nationality you might check this organization out.
    http://www.worldservice.org/
    If you don't know where you are going any route will get you there. This one might get you nowhere the fastest.
     
  10. 12vman

    12vman Offgridkindaguy

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    I'm a Buckeye.. Let them furriners figger it out.. :)

    Does that list include "Humanure"?
     
  11. palani

    palani Well-Known Member

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    And Wikipedia says -
    Hmmmm, in this category you could also be a tree (foreign or domestic), a football fan or a chicken....:)
     
  12. 12vman

    12vman Offgridkindaguy

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    Hmmm.. Sure ain't a chicken.. Ask my neighbors.. LOL

    All these definitions just adds to the confusion.. :baby04: