elwapo wrote:Thanks for the link. That site answers many of the questions that I had. The only concern I have now is cleaning up the bones after I spread the compost in a year or two.
First, sorry I've been misspelling your alias---I grew up in a very hispanic area and if I see "el" I assume that there is a space and another word after it!
Second, my recollection of some work done at New Mexico State is that there were very few bones left after composting dead dairy cows, and those that were left were very small chips, not large bones.
Maybe someone else has some experience to answer one way or the other.
Glad this helped--