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manure get washed in to soil providing need nutrients for plants.

I think you think of another gas but then again you lack any farming knowledge or natural world knowledge.
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markferon wrote:

Um, at the expense of arguing with a dick, enough manure, and enough run-off, particularly in a hilly area, will wash manure, and more importantly, e. coli, into nearby streams.
Methane is a gas from decomposing manure that helps destroy the ozone layer.
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