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APPLICATIONS

Feed The Soil. Feed The World.™

APPLICATIONS

Feed The Soil.
Feed The World.™

Application Options

We are proud that our product can be used for a wide variety of applications and spreader types. From large trailers to hand spreaders our product is not only the best out there but it also usable on any size of land.

Thrown on The Ground

Thrown on The Ground

Our pellets can be tossed on the ground straight out of the bag.

Hand Spreader

Hand Spreader

Our pellets can be crushed and placed straight into a hand spreader to use around your property.

Shovel & Wheelbarrow

Shovel & Wheelbarrel

Our pellets can be placed on your land with a shovel and spread out to maximize your residential and small farm applications.

Residential Spreader

Residential Spreader

Our pellets can be placed in a spreader or hopper on a residential lawn mower to be spread over a bigger yards.

Commerical Spreader

Commerical Spreader

Using a large commercial spreader our pellets can be cast further for large commerical and farming projects.

Fertilizer Buggy

Commercial Fertilizer Buggy

For large farms and commercial properties, our trailer spreader allows you to maximize your casting reach in the shortest amount of time. We have commercial fertilizer buggies available for rent and purchase.

Poultry Manure Benefits

“Poultry manure has significant, positive yield increases under strip-till or no-till practices; higher yields were observed from cotton, corn, soybean, and peanut crops amended with poultry manure; and yield benefits were more pronounced with repeated applications.”
-Science Direct

“”Poultry by-products have long been recognized as a valuable fertilizer for pasture and forage production. Poultry litter is the shavings, manure, and other materials removed from poultry houses during total clean-out operations.  – Mississippi State

“With careful management the preservation and accumulation of soil organic matter can help to improve soil productivity resulting in greater farm profitability.”
-Cornell University