One of the more traditional methods for application of organic fertiliser is of course muck spreading and includes the spreading of slurries, yard and cattle muck, compost, coffee waste and chicken litter. Manures contain readily-available nutrients that can be used as a replacement for bagged fertiliser. They also contain organic nutrients which will slowly break down in the soil over time providing an on-going supply of nutrients in the soil, improving soil structure and quality.
Handled now by modern, high tech machinery, our muck spreading fleet includes 3 K-Two Evo, 16 ton spreaders. On board load cells now provide load weight and spread weight calculations, from this data you can calculate tonnage per hectare being applied enabling more accurate spread rates for your manure management plans.