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Re: Fruits de Mare, et tetnus

I bring in horse manure by the truckload, it is mixed with the 
bedding material, deteriorated straw. Concerning tetnus, we should all be 
up on our tetnus shots, not just those of us who use manure. But there is 
a lot more than tetnus that we should be concerned about in using manure 
from a farm. I think one should be careful about letting it come in 
contact with open wounds, or by inhalation. Inhalation may sound funny, 
but when you are pushing it off the truck in August, you are surrounded 
by it in the atmosphere. I have never fully understood why the excreta of 
dogs and cats is more pathogenic than of horses?  I have so many animals 
now, I feel like all I do is haul it out and haul it in. Judy Sylvester  zone 5

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