We take pride in being much more than just a place for organic farmers to buy chicken manure pellets. Our model isn’t just built on selling bulk chicken manure by the truckload (we do sell 1 ton tote bags as well). Rather, it’s on forming a partnership and a relationship built on trust with the farmers we serve, year after year. We believe that pelletized chicken manure as an organic fertilizer is one of the most practical fertility inputs for organics.
Our pelleted chicken manure offers a high nitrogen analysis, is free of weed seeds and contains no bedding or additives. We deliver chicken manure throughout Minnesota, North & South Dakota, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Michigan and beyond.
Why should I use chicken manure pellets on my organic farm? Not only is pelleted chicken manure high in core nutrients NP and K, it offers critical micro nutrients like Zinc, Boron and Sulfur. Farmers choose whether they’d prefer to spread the manure in Spring or Fall, often times side dressing on a spring corn planting.
One of the main reasons organic farmers continue to turn towards chicken manure is due to the essential plant nutrients it offers.
Pelleted poultry manure gives farmers an easy to handle product that includes Nitrogren, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur (8-10 lbs per ton), Manganese, Copper, Zinc, Cholorine, Boron, Iron, and Molybdenum. Our pellets typically range in the 4-5% N, 4-4.5% Phosphorus, and 2-3% Potassium range. Download our label for more information. As most farmers are aware, manure is a living, varying product. Our pellet label indicates as such, we will have an updated analysis upon quoting.
These include all 13 of the essential plant nutrients that plants use. Poultry manure can provide a portion, or all of the requirements necessary (depending on how much chicken manure pellets are applied.
These valuable plant nutrients come from everything the chickens consume and the final product is approved for organic use.
A word on guaranteed analysis: farmers understand that manure varies throughout a pile. For that reason, we provide updated analysis, but do not guarantee an analysis.