Alpaca manure is lower in organic matter (seed) content than most other barnyard livestock (cows, horses, goats and sheep) and is great for improving soil texture and water-holding capacity. This lower organic content also allows alpaca manure to be spread directly onto plants without burning them, and produces fast results in any weather.
The nitrogen and potassium content of alpaca dung is comparatively high, an indication of good fertilizer value. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are the major plant nutrients. (They are the familiar N-P-K on fertilizer bags, N-P-K= 1.5-0.2-1.1) Phosphorus is relatively low as in most livestock manure. The Calcium and Magnesium content is about average.
Local gardeners find the alpaca's rich fertilizer perfect for growing fruits and vegetables. Now's the time to enrich your soil. Come collect your supply, along with FREE COMPOSTED HAY at our beautiful 16 acre homestead in Marshall. 13 gallon bags (30 lbs) ready to pick up at $5 each, or 10 bags for $40
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