Lowell, Arkansas<br />
Transmission trouble stalls work at some of the chicken houses that George Anderson (with cell phone) operates. Farmer Rick Harriman, left, hauls chicken manure, valuable fertilizer, and spreads in on surrounding pastures. He receives $45.00 per truckload as well as $4.00 a mile for his labor. With over 150 cattle, Rick keeps some of the manure for his own pastures; it is less costly and longer lasting than commercial fertilizer.

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Lowell, Arkansas
Transmission trouble stalls work at some of the chicken houses that George Anderson (with cell phone) operates. Farmer Rick Harriman, left, hauls chicken manure, valuable fertilizer, and spreads in on surrounding pastures. He receives $45.00 per truckload as well as $4.00 a mile for his labor. With over 150 cattle, Rick keeps some of the manure for his own pastures; it is less costly and longer lasting than commercial fertilizer.

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Date 3 Oct 2012
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