In the drum, the fibers heat up to 140F. The heating process kills any bacteria that might be living in the fibers. As the drum fills up, the older material get pushed to the front where it falls out a little door and is carried away to a pile. And from there it is scooped up and distributed onto the cows beds.
The composted solids are very soft and comfortable for the cow to lay on, making her happy and in return making all our hard work worth the effort.
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