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    Chicken Manure – Good or Not??

    I might be getting a chicken coop soon, if my city will allow it. I’m planning on using the chicken manure for my veggy garden. any1 used this, any info i need to know. like is it acidic or anything? Is it good or not?

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    it is best composted first, bird shit of any kind has a tendency to be really hot when fresh; you’ll see what I mean once you have the coop, smells strong of ammonia if you let it go too far before cleaning it

    best of luck with it in any case dude

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    chicken shit is loaded with nitrogen we used ours when we had an outside veggie garden as Lonedanger said wait till you get a wiff of it. good luck on your grow time ta burn 1

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    Chicken manure is rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, potasium and trace elements. Often chicken manure is pack with fethers that contains as much as 17% nitrogen, wich is a great bonus. It need to be coposted well before adding to a plant. I saw a dry chicken manure in my nursery and it was N 4% P 4% K 1,5 % and a full range of trace elements. Wet will be diferent i asume and less packed with nutrients. Use it as a top dressing or mix it with soil before planting.

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    +1 on the manure being some hot stuff. I’ve shoveled plenty of crap growing up and it WILL torch your plants if you don’t let it compost. Just use some common sense and it will be great stuff.

    I might be getting a chicken coop soon, if my city will allow it. I’m planning on using the chicken manure for my veggy garden. any1 used this, any info i need to know. like is it acidic or anything? Is it good or not?