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Free Goat Manure in Gilbert, AZ


Source for free goat manure in Gilbert near Cooper and Warner.

Call Edythe first at (480) 899-9534 and get directions.

She notes that the great thing about goat manure is that it is dry straight 
from the goat and doesn't burn.
It is light and dusty though and she recommends masks for shoveling.
Her goats are fed on alfalfa hay.  The manure has nothing else added to it.

She has it regularly, there being about 50 goats.  She has garden clubs 
using it but has so much on a regular basis that she needs more takers.
  

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