Manure/Fertilizer

God’s Creatures is located in, see a map of here >> Apple Valley, CA.

A horse grazing

It is a fact that when you own creatures you have manure.  What is to be done with all that manure?  Fortunately God has designed manure from horses, goats, and chickens to be beneficial to plants so manure is not a complete waste!

We offer aged horse manure, goat manure, and chicken manure.  Some manure may be mixed with oat/wheat/barley 3-way hay and it’s perfectly good to use for your plants (grass hays are bad but 3-way hay is fine).  A minimum donation of $5 is required per load and you can have as much as you want.  All money goes towards our animals feed, care, and supplies :)

We have used the manure in our own gardens and it works great!  Also we have had people use it for their worm bins with wonderful results!

How to pick up: We do NOT make deliveries but you are welcome to bring a tuck, trailer, or even a van/car with bags.  Don’t forget to bring your shovel.  Pick up is by appoint only during our hours of opperation (please schedule in advance).  After your appointment is scheduled, text us the night before or day of your appointment for our address.  If you do not confirm your appointment we will asume you chances on us (we don’t have time to wait around for flakes).  For your safty and the safty of our animals we do not offer tours during pick up.

Contact us: We often have several truck loads available just call 760-713-647two or email us ***Contact@GodsC.com***  You must pick up and load, we do NOT deliver.  Easy access for trucks and trailers.

God’s Creatures is located in, see a map of here >> Apple Valley, CA.

8 Responses to Manure/Fertilizer

  1. admin says:

    Hi Brenda,
    We don’t always have same day appointments. The fastest way to reach us is by phone to set up an appointment. Whatever donation you would like to leave for the animals care and feed would be great :)

  2. Brenda Rhea says:

    We were wondering if we could pick up a load of horse manure this morning aged if you have. Also how much do you charge for a truck load? Thank you!

  3. admin says:

    Hi Mark,
    Most any kind of fresh manure is too strong for gardens. After the manure has been aged it is perfect for gardens. Chicken manure is the hottest for gardens so it needs to be aged a little longer. So from strongest to the least strongest it goes chicken, horse, and then goat manure. We use all the manures in our gardens but mostly the horse manure because we have so much of it. I am not a garden expert so I would look around on the internet to find more info.

  4. Mark says:

    Need chicken and a little horse manure. I was told that horse is too strong
    For vegetable garden, is that true?

  5. admin says:

    Hi Patty
    We have manure all year long but sometimes we run out of the aged manure around March or April.

  6. Patty says:

    Hi! I would love some manure, but I will not be in the area for a couple months. How often during the year do you have the manure available? Thank you!

  7. admin says:

    Hi Susanne,
    you could use buckets, trash cans, or thick trash bags will work great.

  8. Susanne Fortson says:

    Hi….I would love some fertilizer…just starting garden. What do you recommend when picking up with a van?
    Thank you
    Susanne

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