We raise rare Navajo-Churro Sheep as naturally as possible in the White Mountains of Arizona.
We use this manure in our own gardens. Even in our arid desert environment we are able to grow a wide range of vegetables, fruit and herbs because of this manure.
This manure is collected, sifted and sorted. We lay in out in the hot, Arizona sun to dry. Then bag it right before shipping. It does not need to be aged or dried before use.
It can be used right out of the bag. You can till or mix it into your soil, spread on top, use as side dressing, or make a tea to water plants or foliar feed. It is very versatile and loaded with nutrients your plants need.
It is a natural slow release fertilizer, easy to use. It has a low odor and is a rich source of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. It doesn't burn plants. It is excellent for earthworm bins and mushroom growing.