why is cow manure sprayed on fields Watch

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?? :confused:
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The nutrients in cow manure act as a fertiliser.
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Because farmers are demented.
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The nutrients in cow manure act as a fertiliser.
thanks!
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Because farmers are demented.
tru! :rolleyes:
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because there's a lot of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in it
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best thread ever
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best thread ever
another fact! :rolleyes: ...................well i need the answer for my h/wk and i couldn't think why!
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another fact! :rolleyes: ...................well i need the answer for my h/wk and i couldn't think why!
what level is it? GCSE? A?
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what level is it? GCSE? A?
gcse
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as we're talkin about the subject................wot conditions do microbes like the best?? :rolleyes:
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as we're talkin about the subject................wot conditions do microbes like the best?? :rolleyes:
warm and damp and unradiated.
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warm and damp and unradiated.
thanx!
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thanx!
the "unradiated" bit is probably going too far, but if you mention it you might get some bonus points
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This is not big or clever.

I thought the answer would be obvious to anyone, that farmers do it for "good ole' country air".

Blah blah blah we know it is nutrients, but then again...why not?

Farmers have so much cattle/sheep/pigs where else is the **** gonna go?
Put it in bog and flush?
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This is not big or clever.

I thought the answer would be obvious to anyone, that farmers do it for "good ole' country air".

Blah blah blah we know it is nutrients, but then again...why not?

Farmers have so much cattle/sheep/pigs where else is the **** gonna go?
Put it in bog and flush?
Go back to your kennel.
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This is not big or clever.
what are we meant to do when it is a genuine school question?
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youre so cute.
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i hate living in the county when it comes to muck spreading season. You can smell the stuff for miles
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i hate living in the county when it comes to muck spreading season. You can smell the stuff for miles
mmm. so fresh, so tasty. er- i would assume.
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