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Old 03-12-2008, 04:22 AM   #1
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Aged Horse Manure -SW Ohio. Now is the time to get it on your gardens, yards or fields! very little straw and wood pellet mixed in.
I can load it if you bring a Pick up or trailer
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Old 03-12-2008, 07:54 AM   #2
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Wish you were in Columbus. We are paying $8.00 a yard for this now.
We use it in our Nursery. Any gardeners out there, horse is so much safer than chicken or cow and milder...will not burn out.
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Old 03-12-2008, 12:36 PM   #3
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Sounds like a guy who really knows his uhh , uhh ,uhh


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Man,the ^#&* is getting deep...lol
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Old 03-12-2008, 01:58 PM   #6
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Wish you were in Columbus. We are paying $8.00 a yard for this now.
We use it in our Nursery. Any gardeners out there, horse is so much safer than chicken or cow and milder...will not burn out.
Not that I am an expert on this subject even though some have told me I have a lot of it, I think you would want to let the horse manure sit and age or it will burn out your crops. Cow manure can be used pretty quickly after it has been processed by the herd. Any farmers out there please speak up.
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Old 03-12-2008, 04:34 PM   #7
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I think it contains quite a bit of acid, mainly from the fresh sawdust, and urine. I always thought it was better for it to decompose before using, than its excellent .
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yes, notice it is "aged" it really only takes a rain or 2 to rinse the ammonias out of it and Horse is much lower in bad things then cows or pigs and then chickens, ( good to bad in that order) Horse manure is recommended to wait 30 days before use, most i have is from 90-360+ days, its almost turned completely into a mulch like consistancy so it is perfect!
I have done this several years in a row now and the same folks just keep coming back with glowing results. The manure hardly has any straw in it and all bedding is "Woody pets" a pure pine bedding so its very soft.

If you ever noticed that pig and chicken manure must be put into a liquid form to be spread ( and smells really bad, thats the ammonia in it) that stuff is very balanced with many chemicals to make it acceptable for aggriculture use. This is why horse manure is so worthy, it is just grass, clover,alfalfa, pine bedding, water and urine all mixed together (no chemicals)

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There seems to be some confusion here between Bovine and Equine excrement.
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Old 03-13-2008, 08:17 AM   #10
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yes, notice it is "aged" it really only takes a rain or 2 to rinse the ammonias out of it and Horse is much lower in bad things then cows or pigs and then chickens, ( good to bad in that order) Horse manure is recommended to wait 30 days before use, most i have is from 90-360+ days, its almost turned completely into a mulch like consistancy so it is perfect!
I have done this several years in a row now and the same folks just keep coming back with glowing results. The manure hardly has any straw in it and all bedding is "Woody pets" a pure pine bedding so its very soft.

If you ever noticed that pig and chicken manure must be put into a liquid form to be spread ( and smells really bad, thats the ammonia in it) that stuff is very balanced with many chemicals to make it acceptable for aggriculture use. This is why horse manure is so worthy, it is just grass, clover,alfalfa, pine bedding, water and urine all mixed together (no chemicals)

I know, To much info regarding poop...
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Yeap, Mark really knows his s#&t !!!!
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Old 03-13-2008, 06:50 PM   #12
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With Dinkbuster and Mellon as my catfishing mentors, I learned from the deepest, stinkiest piles around....

Come 1, come all, while the pile is still steamin... I can deliver for a fee if needed.

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