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Ms. Jean F. Bonhotal

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Associate Director

Local Address: Lacona, New York, United States
Cornell University
Cornell School of Hotel Administration 489
Statler Hall Ithaca, New York 14853
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1865, Cornell is the federal land-grant institution of New York State, a private endowed university, a member of the Ivy League, and a partner of the...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • solid waste education
    Cornell Waste Management Institute
  • A.A.S. , Natural Resources
    SUNY Morrisville
  • M.S. degree , Education and Communication
    SUNY Binghamton
  • B.S. , Biology
    Utah State University
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Jean Bonhotal - Associate ...
highfieldscomposting.org, 1 April 2014 [cached]
Jean Bonhotal - Associate Director, Cornell Waste Management Institute
Board Of Advisors
turningearthllc.com, 1 Aug 2012 [cached]
Jean Bonhotal Technical Advisor
Jean Bonhotal is an Associate Director at Cornell Waste Management Institute. She has worked at the Cornell Waste Management Institute in solid waste education for over 20 years, first working for Cornell Cooperative Extension in Broome County, then for Cornell Waste Management Institute. For the last ten years, Ms. Bonhotal has been working on composting feedstock from food waste to manure to animal carcasses. Currently her time is split between manure, carcass and butcher waste composting, education and research. Prior to joining Cornell Waste Management Institute, Ms. Bonhotal worked with different agencies including US Forest and National Park Service, US EPA, NYS DEC and the landscape and greenhouse industry. She received an M.S. degree in Education and Communication from SUNY Binghamton in 1991, a B.S. in Biology from Utah State University in 1984 and an A.A.S. in Natural Resources from SUNY Morrisville. She has published and lectured extensively on organics recycling and is a frequent speaker at industry events.
Earth Pledge Board of Advisors
www.earthpledge.org, 17 Jan 2008 [cached]
Jean Bonhotal, Senior Extension Associate, Cornell Waste Management Institute
Highfields Center For Composting - Our Board of Directors
highfieldscomposting.org, 7 July 2013 [cached]
Jean Bonhotal
Cornell Waste Management Institute, Assoc. Director
In New York, "Burying is still ...
www.farmingmagazine.com, 1 Sept 2013 [cached]
In New York, "Burying is still allowable, but can be difficult because of the weather or geography," explained Jean Bonhotal, compost specialist with the Cornell Waste Management Institute, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences.
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"We were asked to go to Brazil to teach mortality composting because they don't have a winter kill and they needed a way to reduce pathogens in the soil," Bonhotal said.
Click image to enlarge. The carcass should be covered with composting material, which might include wood chips, old silage, sawdust, dry stall bedding and semisolid manure. Compost specialist Jean Bonhotal advises the use of chunky materials for better air circulation, which helps in the composting process.
Composting at your farm
Composting is the microbial breakdown of organic matter to a more stable material and requires a proper carbon-to-nitrogen ratio. To achieve the proper ratio, Bonhotal said that animal spacing is key. "You are placing the animal in a carbon envelope, and air needs to get in to keep the microorganisms working," she explained.
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Chunky materials work best because the air circulates better," Bonhotal explained. Use at least 2 feet of composting material for younger animals. Leave for four to six months. Remove any large bones before spreading compost on fields.
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"We looked at barbiturates used in euthanasia drugs, and those are breaking down in composting," Bonhotal noted. "Wormer [ivermectin] is breaking down pretty well in the environment," she added.
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