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OfflineMeSaUsA
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oven pasturization horse dung ?
    #676445 - 06/13/02 09:59 AM (21 years, 5 months ago)

i have i nice new oven that has a wide range of temps. what i was wondering is, if i whent to the store and bought a couple of those big disposable foil pans put some water horse poo and straw coverd with foil wrap tossed it in the oven 150 degrees or so and let it do its thing. will that sterlize the shit for casing? what kind of temp should i set the oven for? how long? will the poo stink the house up?
what kind of ratio water / straw / poo. as for shredding the straw i was thinking of trying a electric paper shredder ne1 try that yet?


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Re: oven pasturization horse dung ? [Re: MeSaUsA]
    #677187 - 06/13/02 05:48 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Forget the straw and bake the horsre dung at 250 Degrees F.
for 1.5 hours.---300 is better.


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Re: oven pasturization horse dung ? [Re: dioze1]
    #678067 - 06/14/02 08:31 AM (21 years, 5 months ago)

r u sure
i need help pastureizing shit also


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Re: oven pasturization horse dung ? [Re: humplok4201]
    #678158 - 06/14/02 09:28 AM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Dry dung method in a pan, pot, turkey bag or whatever. Don't go over 180 F. Use an internal oven thermometer, don't trust the dial - alone.

So long as it all heats up evenly, after 45 minutes to an hour at a steady temp from 160 to 175 F.....your good to go. A Raccoon has forgotten it & let it go several hours. It still worked. After it cools, rehydrate w/sterile water.

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Re: oven pasturization horse dung ? [Re: MeSaUsA]
    #679204 - 06/14/02 06:04 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dont do it. I've tried the oven tek with dung and colonization is much faster for me if I give it the bath. Simmer for 1 hour,hang,cool,wring,spawn,wait. Nothing to it.


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Re: oven pasturization horse dung ? [Re: whackedout]
    #679247 - 06/14/02 06:31 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Yea what Whack said ,iv'e always used the bath tech maself ,mainly cause folks say the oven tech really smells things up and the bath just seemed easier to do imo.


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    #680650 - 06/15/02 03:27 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)



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Re: oven pasturization horse dung ? [Re: Macey Howard]
    #682305 - 06/16/02 03:04 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Dont use fresh pooh, I use the "horse bisquits," that are dried, there is a difference between those and ones that are composted. Use the dried ones. The bath seems to leach out some stuff that slows down colonization. I've done it both ways, did the "baking," thing like 3-4 times cause it seemed easier but from the same bag of dung, the bath has lots better colonization times for me. Just make sure you squeeze every single handful til only a couple of drops of water comes out. If you leave it too wet it gets really funky on you.


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