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Declares: Rabbit Poo Works
1. We start with farm raised rabbits
Our rabbits are raised as pets. My 3 granddaughters are learning to be responsible by feeding carrots, broccoli, Timothy Hay and rabbit food to their bunnies. They play and exercise them after cleaning chores. The rabbits are raised in a stress free environment as they are cared and loved as pets.
2. we pasteurize their poo
According to many white papers, old time farmers, home gardeners and scientific journals, pathogens are rare in rabbit manure. Our process has multiple steps aimed at eliminating pathogens if they ever did exist in our Poo. We follow guidelines and regulations set by FDA and EPA. We also raise our own rabbits for quality and food safety control. We strive to produce a professional, repeatable and consistent grade vermicompost. Our Pasteurization Protocol is just the first step.
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3. biochar is inoculated
Biochar is inoculated with Sea Minerals and Trace Elements, Soluble Kelp, Amino, Fulvic & Humic Acids, beneficial Endo and Ecto Mycorrihal Fungi, two (2) Trichoderma species and 19 species of beneficial bacteria.
4. Minerals, Trace Elements and other inoculates are added to the compost.
Once again, we add Sea Minerals and Trace Elements, Soluble Kelp, Amino, Fulvic & Humic Acids, beneficial Endo and Ecto Mycorrihal Fungi, two (2) Trichoderma species and 19 species of beneficial bacteria.
5. the pasteurized rabbit poo and biochar are composted using a continuous flow thru digester
The digesters are filled with a worm species called Eisenia foetida,. They are particularly adapted to composting.
20 cups $29.95
Approx 8 to 10 lbs.
Makes 100 gallons full strength tea
Mix 1:4 or 20 – 1 gallon pots
3 ounces per plant or 42 plants
40 cups $49.95
Approx 16 to 20 lbs.
Makes 200 gallons full strength tea
Mix 1:4 or 40 – 1 gallon pots
3 ounces per plant or 84 plants