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Thursday, March 8, 2018

COW POWER- heat/fuel from ANIMAL DUNG? (tiny house applications?)

Just getting a discussion started here, as this experience in the New Mexican desert got me thinking....

"Animal Dung" is certainly a constant and renewable "product", so could it/should it be used in wood stoves, or for cooking applications?

For the record, the dry dung pieces we used (basically compacted sun-dried straw that wasn't fully digested) did not smell AT ALL- nor did they when burned. These are more or less "the original bio-bricks".

Check out this video...


WHY were we near Deming, NM in the Chihuahuan Desert? To check out a cabin I designed (and that was built by Sam and Lynsi Underwood of The Small Dwelling Company). This getaway or glamping cabin came out great, and IS FOR SALE.

THE LAND AND THE CABIN TOGETHER- $9500. A half acre
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