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    • Composting Animal Mortalities 

      Bonhotal, Jean; Schwarz, Mary; Rynk, Robert (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2014-09)
      Disposing of animal mortalities is a natural part of animal agriculture; however, it is not limited to on-farm applications. Meat processors and distributors, the fishing industry, public works and environmental managers ...
    • Horse Mortality: Carcass Disposal Alternatives 

      Bonhotal, Jean; Schwarz, Mary; Williams, Craig; Swinker, Ann (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2012)
    • Quantification of Sodium Pentobarbital Residues from Equine Mortality Compost Piles 

      Payne, Josh; Farris, Rodney; Parker, Gene; Bonhotal, Jean; Schwarz, Mary (4th International Symposium on Managing Animal Mortalities, Products, By-products and Associated Health Risk: Connecting Research, Regulations and Response, 2012)
      Preliminary research has shown that sodium pentobarbital (SP), a euthanasia drug, can persist up to 180 days in equine mortality compost piles. This study attempts to expand upon past research by quantifying SP residues ...