Llama poop available

kimka(Zone 6B)March 13, 2006

I have a friend of a friend with a 40+ herd of llamas near Reading, PA. Are there nearby gardeners who would like to pick up manure and bedding (sawdust and or straw). We're talking about good sized loads here, not a five gallon pail at a time.

LLama poop is one of the few you can use directly on garden beds. But with sawdust and or straw mixed in, you'll probably want to use it in the compost pile.

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gillian_(z5 PA)

Hmm, I am not close enough for your offer but I do know someone that raises Llamas. If I can put their poop right on the beds I may have to hit her up for a load!

~Gillian

    Bookmark   March 16, 2006 at 12:54PM
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earline_pa zone 6 Pa.

kimka
Tell me more about the poop and how to get in contact with them!!
Would a pick-truck suffice?

Earline

    Bookmark   March 18, 2006 at 9:28AM
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vincefromreading

I'm interested, live in Exeter twp. have a single axle trailer. However, I'm only interested if the poop is organic. I don't want any hormones in my veggies.

    Bookmark   March 24, 2006 at 3:30PM
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