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Foaming manure a danger in manure pits
Foam in manure pits can be a danger both to animals and workers around the pits. Manure foaming occurs primarily in hog facilities, most commonly in the midwestern U.S. and Canada. The causes of manure foaming remain a mystery. Manure foaming is not predictable, and no known solutions work in every situation.
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