Origin and Etymology of manure
Examples of manure in a Sentence
a bag of cow manure
fertilizers made from animal manures
Recent Examples of manure from the Web
Here, the cool forest air was laced with the smell of manure.
In 1900, the overwhelming consensus was that New York and London would soon be buried in manure from horse-and-buggies linked to explosive population growth.
Some ways to do this might be to change the diet of the milk cows to reduce their emissions, changing how manure is used in farming the cocoa, and more efficiently managing the milk.
Wernik has sold 4,366 bags of manure so far at $2 to $3 apiece.
Composted steer manure is the cheapest soil conditioner out there, and one of the best.
Brettanomyces Symptoms: Generally, smells and tastes like a barnyard—manure, stables, sweaty saddles, gamey meats, and also sometimes Band-Aids.
In 2003, chicken manure contaminated drinking water sources in Tulsa, Okla., spurring a $7.5 million settlement from Tyson and other chicken companies.
In a late May photo by a state inspector, cows stand in their own manure.
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First Known Use of manure
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Definition of manure for English Language Learners
: solid waste from farm animals that is used to make soil better for growing plants
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