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
Another was covered in pig manure for the same reason.
Residents also are not allowed to sell the eggs or the chicken droppings as manure.
According to Richard, the Phelps Mansion was a rambling farmhouse in his grandfather’s day; Fred Kluckhuhn raised cows and chickens and sold milk and cow manure door-to-door after the stock market crashed at the onset of the Depression.
New laws are regulating when livestock farmers can spread manure on their fields.
Some of it would be bagged and sold; other manure would be worked into Valley Oaks' grounds to help nourish a cornfield.
Kebreab said, adding that manure is the source of most of the rest of the methane.
According to American Heritage magazine, in 1900 health officials in Rochester, N.Y., estimated that the city’s 15,000 horses produced enough manure to make a 175-foot-high, one-acre-round pile every year.
Clarendon Hills made the world of fake news Monday in a story on a satirical news site, stating a lottery winner from the village had been arrested for having $224,000 worth of manure dumped on his former employer’s property.
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MANURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of manure for English Language Learners
: solid waste from farm animals that is used to make soil better for growing plants
MANURE Defined for Kids
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