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Date:         Wed, 18 May 2005 16:57:06 -0500
Reply-To:     John Rodgers <inua@CHARTER.NET>
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From:         John Rodgers <inua@CHARTER.NET>
Subject:      Cow Flop and Pig Poop Fuels
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CF/PP fuels should be a reall possibility if it is done right. ( I drove across Montana one time and for three hundred miles could hardly breathe because of the amount of cow flow odor in the air .... and I didn't see a single cow!!!!!" The cattle industry in this country is huge, and so is the pig parlor business. If production of cattle and pigs was increased, meat prices would come down, and we would see a very positive impact on air quality as the CF and PP was collected and processed into liquified methane, which could be the basis of bio-diesel conversions as well as meeting other clean fuel needs. The processed CF/PP could then be bagged and used to fertilize the fields to increase agricultrual yields for both humans and livestock. This could be a serious win-win-win solution. No more CF/PP odors, clean air from burning clean methanne, increased meat production which meaning lower prices and an increase in available and necessary protein for the teaming masses.

Hallelujah!!! The answer is so simple!! LOL!!


John Rodgers 88 GL Driver

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