Posted: 17/11/2017 at 11:24
probably as long as you know what sort of animal it comes from? Carnivore poo isn't a good idea in general, unless it's been very carefully screened for parasites. It needs to be 'well rotted', whatever animal it is from.
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Trying to think of carnivorous UK farm animals... other than the farm dogs and cats
Many animals are bedded on woodshavings nowadays ... it sounds to me as if yours may be from horses? ... it's fine for your allotment or garden.. The shavings take a bit longer than straw to break down so usually benefits from being stacked and allowed to 'mature' a bit before using.
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