Chicken fertilizer has a large nitrogen content and is good for plants. Is chicken manure valuable? The answer is yes, you can sell chicken poop to nearby garden holders. However, before doing that, think about one question, how much does 1 ton of chicken manure cost? According to the statistical results from lpelc.org.
“It was found that the value of poultry manure as a complete fertilizer (N,P,K) varied from $18.91 to $107.01 per ton depending of component prices (N, P, K), moisture content, and the amount of bedding used.”
A tempting price, right? There’s great pay in making chicken manure. Meanwhile, as the price fluctuates, you can know that the component determines its price. Moreover, the pelleted fertilizer is more expensive than powdered chicken manure. Because the former is easy to store, transport, and apply.
Feel interested? You can read MFP’s business plan for organic fertilizer plant costs. We have estimated all expenses of making organic fertilizer from scratch, including factory area, cost of production line machines, and raw material costs. We can provide you with a turnkey solution to dispose of your chicken farm’s manure.
Taking 300,000 chickens as an example, there will be 30 square meters of fresh manure on your chicken farm. You can produce 1 ton of organic fertilizer from 3 square meters of fresh manure. Additionally, plus bedding materials you can produce 12 tons of organic fertilizer per day, and the cost of one ton of organic fertilizer is about $500 (the cost of bedding materials is different ), the wholesale price of organic fertilizer is $450-$550 per ton, and the retail price is $880-$1000 per ton. According to the wholesale price, the profit per ton is $300 per day and which would be $9000 per month, $108,000 per year.
30 square fresh chicken poop
12 tons chicken manure fertilizer
Full set of organic fertilizer machines investment
MFP has helped many customers set up an organic fertilizer plant, and the budget is about $110,000. Nevertheless, it has been proven that all fertilizer machines we produce can last for 10 years (you only need to change worn parts). In conclusion, it will pay off in the long run. Meanwhile, by recycling chicken farm waste, you can reduce environmental pollution and realize sustainable development at the same time.