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HAVE: Free Compost, mulch, clean aged horse manure cedar mix

Posted by joxo1990 z9/CA (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 14, 13 at 1:44

We have a 70 stall horse ranch/barn with a very large over one year aged pile of horse manure mixed with cedar shavings. This is great for mulching, fertilizer, or mixing in with soil to enrich your earth. Come any time between 9am-5pm Tuesday through Friday or Saturday and Sunday from 9am - 4pm. Please don't come out Mondays. You are welcome to take as little or as much as you wish. We have a small tractor and are able to fill medium sized pickups for a 20 dollar fee or you can load it your selves and take as much as you want for free. Please feel free to bring your own tractor if you are planning on taking tones. The pictures are showing the outer layers, the older richer material that would be best for fertilizer is just underneath. The best for mulch is the newest non aged lighter colored material. We produce large quantities daily so there is more than enough of each type available. This is the best deal out there, many other horse ranches sell their material, but since we produce such a large quantity there is more than enough for all. Please feel free to come on in at any time that works best for you between the hours above mentioned, no need to call ahead unless you need a fill, then just come find us. Were here teaching horse riding lessons and riding all day long. There is a gate on the property but the code is written on the key pad. Hope you enjoy this free chance to get your garden or landscaping project accomplished at a reduced cost.

Were located at the end of Lucas valley road just off Nicasio valley Rd. 10 miles west of Fairfax, 15 miles west of Highway 101 over Lucas valley rd. and 15 miles south of Petaluma. It a beautiful drive, and a great way to get a clean product for your project, landscaping, garden, or business.

3431 Nicasio Valley Rd. Nicasio, CA 94946

Thanks for your interest!
Call if you have any questions. 916-662-0828 (Ryan)

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