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 Post subject: Bulk Materials
PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2003 2:34 pm 
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Some people have expressed interest in bulk quantites of bagged fertilizer, drums of molasses and vinegar, DE, etc. I have or am locating sources for these materials now. Let me know what you need and I'll get you a price. Since these materials have considerable weight, we need to be creative about helping each other out with pick-up and deliveries to avoid freight charges. Robert from Rehoboth Ranch shared some information earlier about bulk lava sand and others have mentioned compost and mulch. Let me know what else you need.
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what do you mean by a bulk load of lava sand?and what is the price of a load? :?


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 Post subject: molasses
PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2003 12:02 pm 
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In the San Antonio area i have found the molasses at the Producers Co-op in New Braunfels and south of town I found it in Devine at Morales Industries. The cost is 11 cents a lb. and a gallon weighs about one pound. what I would like to find is Kelp Meal, does anyone know where to get it?


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 Post subject: chickin litter
PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2003 9:46 pm 
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I use to have a source for chicken litter out of east texas by the truck load. In fact they would even spread it for a little extra. I have lost the number and am trying to locate them. If you know of a source I would like that. I think they were in the Pittsburg, Texas area. thanks, Terry


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There is a business directory on the home page of Howard's site that lists all sources of organic materials.
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We have organic liquid products in bulk quanities. We specialize in hay and grazing pastures. See our web. site at www.watsonranchorganic.com

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Just a slight correction to Cailou's post. Molasses weighs 10.5 pounds per gallon. :)

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