Super price! Not a raw manure, this chicken manure goes through a 3-6 month composting process and it will not burn. but does have a fairly strong odor. Over 5 times more plant food value than steer manure. Guaranteed weed and dirt free. Nutrient levels are stable at 3% total nitrogen, 2% phosphoric acid, and 2% soluble potash. In flower and vegetable gardens, use sparingly at 40 lb/150 sq ft; on lawns use 40 lb/100 sq ft. Water thoroughly after application.
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This chicken manure is such a great product for the price. Every spring I mix some into my garden and always have great results! It's fully composted so there's no worry about burning my plants or having to wait.
The only downfall is that it attracts my dog to the garden. She thinks I put it down for her... :)
great to speed up a compost pile and to put on established plantsReview by green blessings (on 7/3/13)
Perfect. Low cost poop.Review by Josh (on 2/28/13)
BUY IT!!!!! It works great.........Review by Randall (on 6/24/12)
Super green chicken manure is the most cost effective way to gently fertilize a large area. I have had astonishing results with this product in all of my veggie and flower gardensReview by linnie (on 6/29/11)