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Like a pile of gold!

Manure delivery

Really can’t think what delivery of basic farm supplies could make me happier than today’s six truckloads of well-aged cow manure. Since we don’t have an on-farm source, getting this from a farm less than a mile (1.6km) down the road, loaded to order and delivered by the farmer himself, is a pretty good Plan B. This has been stacked for average around a year, so the composting action is well underway. I’ll be rearranging it into large windrows with the compact Kubota, for further breakdown till spring, and spreading some now. Heart-warming! :)



  1. Only gardeners get excited over poop! lol!!! Looks like you have quite a bit there.


  2. Oooh, I have compost envy! I’d love to be able to get my hands (or at least shovel) on that much manure!

  3. I’m happy for you acquiring such a valuable resource for growing. Last year I experimented, growing half of my potatoes with manure and half without to see the results. Well, I had substantially greater yields from the manure planted spuds by far – it really is amazing stuff!
    Good luck with it all.

  4. Now if they could do this for city gardeners and all the urban community gardens, that would be fantastic!

  5. phil

    Blimey – that’s a lot of manure! I wouldn’t fancy having to shovel that lot :)

  6. james r.

    wow thats a lot of crap! Like stated prior, only organic farmers can get excited over that much manure!

  7. yikes… 6 truck loads of 1 year old Compost will make it look like gold for you…seems to be a happy farming year ahead….

  8. Jeff

    A pile of gold… “Holy Shit” could be another alternative…

  9. Tyler

    How do I get some? I’m planning on sending it to the Westboro Baptist Church.

  10. Jessika

    Interested in different contacts and exchange of this commodity.

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