Edna M Weigel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 11 Oct 1999 19:45:55 -0700
Paul asked: Can anyone explain to me why it is that they don't
recommend any meat scraps in the compost?
There are likely other reasons, but the one that comes to my mind
is that meat scraps attract unwelcome visitors to the compost. Things
like rats, mice, ants, flies, raccons, skunks, dogs, cats, etc., many of
which are downright inconvenient or unsanitary to have around.
I vote for the following: don't take more onto your plate than
you plan to eat, freeze any left-overs for a later meal, feed any
unspoiled extra to a carnivorous pet, or burying anything unfit for human
or pet consumption.
Best regards, Edna
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