Garden Trek III: The search for Shat

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In places that have cattle on pasture and dung beetles availability of manure is seasonal. In the summer the beetles will destroy each pat in an matter of days and so picking them up is difficult and hardly worth the trouble. Turd harvesting is therefore restricted to the winter. I have no idea if you have dung beetles in your area. In areas where cattle are in feedlots this would not apply.
David
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Ohioguy wrote:

It's very possible that the sale has been prohibited due to the danger of BSE (mad cow disease.) Do you have any dairy or cattle farms nearby?
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Why does it have to be cow? Check with local landscape suppliers and they will probably have something that will work for you.
How common manures measure up Manure Chicken Diary cow Horse Steer Rabbit Sheep N 1.1 .257 .70 .70 2.4 .70 P .80 .15 .30 .30 1.4 .30 K .50 .25 .60 .40 .60 .90
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