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Compost vs. Bird Flu

We know that composting is great for you garden but did you know that it can help stop the spread of avian flu? When the disease is detected in a single chicken on a farm, the entire flock must be disposed of. That's where composting comes to the rescue.

Maryland Scientists Dig Up a Response to Bird Flu
. It seems that the heat of a hot compost pile is enough to stop the spread of the bird flu.

So composting the dead birds is a better way to deal with the disposal problem.


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