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
Health officials collected water, soil, and manure samples from the Yuma region to try to determine the precise source of the bacteria.
The waft of cigarette smoke and hint of manure in Santa Rosa air usher me back into the restaurant.
The bacteria can be spread by contaminated water, animal manure or in undercooked beef.
The plan would also tackle a source of particulate smog that is especially hard to rein in: ammonia from farm fields and manure piles.
Foley and other opponents have marshaled a coalition swarming social media, rolling out studies about how the mere breathing in of manure odors can cause health problems in the elderly and asthma in children.
The inspectors' observations in the report included: Dozens of live and dead rodents, including baby mice, in chicken houses and manure pits.
In another case, Kinnamon Ridge Dairy in Sauk County is paying $25,000, in five payments spaced over two years after DNR personnel saw animal waste spilling over out of manure storage lagoon, contaminating a tributary of the Little Baraboo River.
The anaerobic digester annually converts 500 tons of animal manure and other organic waste into methane-rich gas to help power the zoo's animal hospital, leaving a nutrient-rich fertilizer as a byproduct.
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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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