Learn more about using Composted Elephant Manure in your garden and landscape! Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and “Like” us! Below you will find some questions that we are frequently asked: What About Grazon?🐘 Composted Elephant Manure comes from true herbivores that routinely eat local hay that is Grazon free. This is directly […]
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The United Nation’s Food and Agricultural Organization (UNFAO) has officially declared 2015 as the “International Year of the Soil,” and its instructions are both simple and imperative: We need to focus all of our energy on improving the soil quality of our planet, so that we may sustain life on this planet. Build your […]
Have you used our Elephant Compost? Please help support this project by writing a review on Amazon! Here is how in 2 Easy Steps. Click here to see the product listing. Scroll Down and click “Write a Customer Review” If you do not have an Amazon account, you can also leave us a product review […]
Check out how many Elephants are in the United States. You may be interested to see that Florida has the most pachyderms, by far! The source of our compost is Two Tails Ranch.
Here is information on the What, Why, How, and Where of Elephant Compost! Pay special attention to the Tips on How to use the compost!
These results are *not* guaranteed by any agency, but they are the results from the IFAS labs at the University of Florida. Contact us for the complete report.
We can deliver in the Gainesville/Alachua Co. area with a minimum order of 15 bags. In some cases, we may need to meet you in a Downtown location for the transaction. Prices are subject to change without notice. The exact cost will depend upon your location and environmental conditions at the time of order. Contact […]
Quantities are in Cubic Yards. This chart will give you a very rough estimate of how far your compost product will go. This chart is for reference only, and is intended to help provide a baseline for you to determine how much you may need.
These elephants eat seasonally. Their diet is composed mostly (90%) of locally sourced Coastal, Oat, and Timothy grasses. Three percent of their diet comes from on-site bamboo, bananas, pumpkins, forage, and elephant grass. 5% of their food comes from donated fruit and veggies, including beet pulp. 1 percent comes from grain, cracked corn, and bread. […]
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