The Crop Life-cycle
You carefully choose what you will plant; mixing corn and beans with plots of wheat or grasses to provide the needed nutrients for your livestock as well as bedding and the market for selling surplus crops.
You grow these crops and harvest for feed for your livestock or to sell the additional crops you produced. You may have pasture that you rotate your livestock through during this time. Even after combining corn, you can have your livestock graze and bale the fodder for bedding.
You spread the material you have stored for bedding, and the material you use to feed ends up mixed with this bedding as manure. The mix of organic material and manure is able to be removed and spread out on the fields. This is the base for the next crop to start the process over.
Choosing to use organic bedding completes this life-cycle and eliminates wasting crop material.
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