Our Well Rotted Horse Manure comes from a number of trusted sources in the South West of the country and is mainly comprised of shavings based manure from racing and jumping stables, with a small amount being straw based manure.

Upon its arrival at the yard, the Horse Manure is then composted for between 12 and 24 weeks, being turned regularly to accelerate the composting process.

Once the manure has been composted to a sufficient level, it is then run through a mill which breaks it up and shred sit, making the horse manure more friable and easier to work with.

Once shredded, the Horse Manure will then go through a bagging machine and be placed on a pallet ready for shipping.

Horse Manure is ideal as a soil conditioner and for use in Rose beds.

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