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Cow power fuels Ind. farm's truck fleet
As a renewable energy source, it lacks the sunny panache of solar power. It lacks the drama of wind power with its giant towers and blades.
The Indianapolis Star
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FAIR OAKS, Ind. -- As a renewable energy source, it lacks the sunny panache of solar power.
Could cow manure be the future of green energy?
The next time you drive past a farm and smell cow manure, here's something to think about while you're holding your nose.
Dairy finds way for cows to power trucks
" Dairy finds way for cows to power trucks; For years, an Indiana farm has used livestock waste to make enough natural gas to run 10 barns, a cafe, a cheese factory and a gift shop.