Waste from goats, rabbits and chickens can also be used for biogas production as long as they are first sorted to remove sawdust and inorganic matter before being fed into the bio-digester.
Dr Jane Maina, a veterinarian from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, Egerton University, notes that pig waste, whether in slurry or raw form should not be used on food crops like vegetables.
“For trees, coffee and tea, that is fine, but for food crops, unless proper precautions are followed, pig manure can be harmful to human health. The composting process that can kill organisms harmful to man requires high temperatures and special composting conditions not available locally.”
“The primary hazard present in pig manure is parasites such as roundworms and tapeworms that can be passed on to man. Some resistant bacteria such as listeria and staphylococcus found in pig may also survive the composting process and have been responsible for disease outbreaks in agricultural and livestock workers,” she adds.
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