Composting Beloved Large Animals


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A Lady in the State of Maine was featured in this article. We have a handful of pet graves and bury with biodegradeable materials but this is next level for larger animals like horses.
 
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A Lady in the State of Maine was featured in this article. We have a handful of pet graves and bury with biodegradeable materials but this is next level for larger animals like horses.
I'm not too sure about this one, simply because of health and safety! Some people celebrated their new year and turned their back garden into a make shift kitchen with all sorts of animals in plain sight and we were about mid 20s in temperature!

No. We certainly can't do this here in this little island. However, if you have 10 acres of land, this could be a different story! I hope they are not going to compost trespassers, as those signs say in a bid to raising a smile!
 
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I love this idea! When my cat passed away I wish we could have composted her. On a side note, Washington State is looking to legalize human composting and I've decided I can't die until they do!
 
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I love this idea! When my cat passed away I wish we could have composted her. On a side note, Washington State is looking to legalize human composting and I've decided I can't die until they do!
I have to come back as ashes because we have a very acidic clay.
 
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They say composted humans work well although I’ve never tried it so why not a horse?
 

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