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Ig Nobel

As you all must be knowing, in agricultural fields across India, cattle manure is used as a fertiliser.

Till recently, the cost of one truck manure was about Rs. 362 more words

Humour

Muscaphobia

Let’s talk about tipping. Not the kind where you knock over a sleeping cow, but the custom of giving someone bonus money for just doing their job. 264 more words

Humor

Comparative effects of different organic manure on agronomic performances of Corchorus olitorus in rainforest agro-ecological zone of South Western Nigeria - IJAAR

J.M. Adesina, K. O. Sanni

Department of Crop, Soil and Pest Management Technology, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, P. M. B. 1019, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria

Department of Crop Production and Horticulture, Lagos State Polytechnic, P. 249 more words

Biology

Staying safe around cattle

We asked for useful tips to help us stay safe while out in the countryside. Here, David discusses techniques for avoiding cattle while out walking. 799 more words

Guidance For Walkers

Switching from coal to pellets to save the environment?

One way governments have been trying to combat climate change is to subsidize renewable energy such as wind, solar and biomass. Wind and solar makes some sense since they do not emit any CO2, but biomass? 360 more words

Environment

Doctor VC Discovers Cowpathy | Beauty Products From Cowdung & Cow Urine | Unique Stories From India

The Doctor tries beauty products made from cowdung and cow urine.

Move over allopathy and homeopathy. There’s a new alternative medicinal fad in town. Cowpathy uses the panchgavya – the five elements extracted from the cow; namely cow dung, cow urine, cow milk, curd, and cow ghee – and turns them into beauty products that improve your health! 142 more words

52 percent energy yield from cow manure fermentation

In calf farms (for meat production) during life time of one calf, so per calf per life time:

1) 2220 KWh (Kilo Watt hour) energy in the form of dung produced, comes in fermentor. 181 more words

Scientific Journal