One more thing to add to the topic:
Regardless of what kind of manure you use, this goes for horse, steer, duck, goat, chicken. Keep in mind where the manure comes from that you can buy by the bag. From factory-farmed animals that have in many cases NEVER had a natural food like pasture but have had mostly genetically modified corn and soybeans covered with lots of Roundup antibiotics and other poisons to eat. Guess where a lot of that ends up. :)
So get your manure from people known sources. If you live in a city you may have to travel and even rent a small trailer or haul some if you need larger quantities. Local riding stables may be able to help out, but even horses are fed a bunch of crap incl. meds these days.
If you need only small amounts keeping one or two rabbits that are grass/hay fed could help out. You can use pelleted bedding for them that is similar to wood pellets (soft wood) minus the additives.
Edited by: HOUNDLOVER1 at: 5/30/2011 (11:39)
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