Proper disposal of animal carcasses is important to prevent disease transmission and to protect air and water quality. Carcasses from domestic animals must be disposed of as soon as possible after death, usually within 48 to 72 hours.
Help with Carcass Disposal
Dealing with livestock mortality is a part of farming. If you are feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where or how to start, give one of our carcass disposal experts a call.
Legal Forms of Carcass Disposal
|Composting||Exempt by law|
|*Before composting cattle and horses, call the Minnesota Board of Animal Health at 651-296-2942|