Monday, December 17, 2018
Bull Country Sigrist vessel

Bull Country Sigrist vessel

Tim Sigrist checks the temperature of a compost pile at Bull Country Compost, in Dundee, Ohio. The EPA recommends compost reach a temperature of 140 degrees for 72 days but Sigrist likes his compost to reach 160 degrees and leaves it to compost for six to eight weeks. He said the compost will reach his desired 160 degrees in just four days of being in the vessel.

Bull Country compost
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