POOP was used in this garden!
"My garden is growing like crazy this year!"
Early Spring, POOP goes into the raised bed Garden.
POOP Tea Test Garden
Watermelon grown in POOP!
"My daughter LOVES watermelon. I have been trying to grow it for years unsuccessfully. This year, I fertilized my garden with POOP and so far we have 5 growing! I'm thrilled with how awesome my garden has grown after using POOP!"
POOP going into a new flower bed
"These are the largest and healthiest pepper plants I've ever had!"
POOP on your yard!
Poop on your yard!
"Poop tomato plants, most over 7 ft tall and producing way more than we can eat, food bank and friends love us.
Here is POOP!
So fine you can put it in a rotary spreader, tow it behind a lawn tractor and POOF, Green Grass!
POOP Product Line
Check out our line of products! The Tea is still a work in progress, but will be ready by spring of 2014 for sure!
You are a smart person. Chances are you already know the benefits of adding POOP to your garden or lawn. But, just in case, below are some more highlights:
Benefits of POOP
Increased water-holding capacity for soil (may cause savings on water bill)
Slow released, available nutrients
Free of harmful pathogens
Produced naturally from livestock manure & plant material (we know what goes in, and we know what comes out of our cows)
Fine texture, easily handled with a shovel or other spreading implements
And finally, OUR POOP DOES NOT STINK!
Knowing you are buying locally and knowing where your garden materials are from are PRICELESS!
We have herd (get it?) that some people have been able to cut their water bill in half by applying three inches of POOP to their soil before planting or sodding grass. That's pretty cool!
The POOP produced at our site is humus-rich organic matter, naturally and thoroughly processed by careful means of microorganisms and aeration to a state that is most readily and effectively utilized by the soil and all that lives in it. The natural long-term soil rejuvenation performed by POOP is due to its high organic matter, active biology, and stabilized yet available nutrients.
POOP is a good source for many nutrients necessary for rejuvenating soil. One of the largest benefits of supplying nutrients through compost rather than chemical fertilizers is the slow release of these nutrients. The composting process naturally stabilizes the nutrients of the compost pile into a matrix that holds onto them until the biology brings them to the plant. The plant can then take the nutrients just when they need them.
Our POOP is produced from milk cow manure at Mason Creek Dairy in Nampa, Idaho. (Just west of Boise)