Animal composting business steady after two years at LACKY

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Local father, son business comes full circle with 500th animal composted

By Larry Rowell

In the past two years, Brent Woodrum and Bart Woodrum have buried 500 animals in one spot on their farm and they have nothing to show for it but piles of sawdust. There are no dead animal smells, no holes that were dug, no piles of bones, and no buzzards circling overhead.
It was two years ago this month that the Woodrums, Casey County farmers and cattle producers, started a dead animal composting business called Large Animal Composting of Kentucky (LACKY) on their farm on Griffith Ridge Road.

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