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Manure Tea: Not For Human Consumption

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Renee Montagne
Morning Edition
March 2, 2010

Annie Haven’s family has been ranching in Southern California for a hundred years but a prolonged drought has left her with too few cattle to make a living. So she’s turned to selling manure tea bags. She says straight manure is too strong for flowers but a nice manure tea helps them grow. She tells The Orange County Register, “I’m growing my green business in this brown economy.”

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Manure Tea: Not Fit For Human Consumption

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