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Composted Horse Manure

Rotted Horse Manure is a very popular compost & fertiliser and has been used by farmers and gardeners for many years to improve their soil and vegetable gardens.

Why Use Composted Horse Manure?

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Composted Horse Manure improves soil structure, helping soil to hold more nutrition and water, as well as fertilising the soil and encouraging microorganisms. All soils can benefit from horse manure, particularly sandy soil which is known for drainage issues.

Horse manure provides good levels of the vital nutrients nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Our rotted horse manure is of an excellent quality having been shredded and well rotted down, and will continue to improve your soil the more it breaks down. Composting it yourself can be time consuming and there may be an unpleasant odour hanging around while it rots.

When creating raised beds, composted horse manure is commonly used as a thick bottom layer to encourage growth and to prevent waterlogging by improving the drainage.

Benefits of Composted Horse Manure

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Provides vital nutrients like Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium.

Encourages Growth.

Helps to prevent waterlogging.

Continues to improve soil as it breaks down.