Go Green! Fertilizer - Yes, it is produced here and being sold in quantity for your gardening purposes.*
Added Benefit of Rabbits:
Gardeners delight with organic rabbit poo straight from the bunnies! Here at DelawareRabbitry.com we have over 75 rabbits producing fresh pellets on a daily basis, fertilizing all of the fresh garden food for both the rabbits as well as ourselves.
- No need to age it like chicken manure for a year, it's not 'hot' and you could plant directly into the roots with it.
- Doesn't need to break down like horse manure for a few years
- Great for growing plants, fertilizing lawns, whatever you want to just grow better! Highly prized fertilizer hard to find. Create your own supply....
- Pelletized form makes for easy handling.
- Be the hero and share with your gardening family
- Saves money, no need to travel to the store to buy commercial fertilizer any more!
( Please Note: Manure Comparison follows the gallery of fertilizer pictures below)
Manure Content for comparison:
Poultry manure (chicken in particular) is a rich animal manure in N-P-K. Chicken manure is considered "hot" and must be composted before adding it to the garden. Otherwise, it will burn any plants it comes in contact with.
Rabbit manure is even higher in nitrogen than some poultry manures and it also contains a large amount of phosphorus--important for flower and fruit formation.
Sheep manure is another "hot" manure. It is somewhat dry and very rich. Manure from sheep fed hay and grain will be more potent than manure from animals that live on pasture.
Horse manure is about half as rich as chicken manure, but richer in nitrogen than cow manure. And, like chicken droppings, it's considered "hot". Horse manure often contains a lot of weed seeds, which means it's a good idea to compost it using a hot composting method.
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