Goat manure is a good fertilizer. It is full of nitrogen content and can improve soil amendment. Moreover, it is odorless and can save water by reducing leakage.
Solid goat manure contains 46.58% organic carbon, 1.34% nitrogen, 0.54% phosphorus, and 1.56% potassium. After composting, the contents of N, P2O5 and K2O reached 2.23%, 1.24%, and 3.69%, respectively.
Using goat manure as organic fertilizer can help gardeners grow nutritional plants and improve yields. It is a wise choice to add goat manure to garden because it is an effective way to enrich the soil. Besides, it is in granular form thus you can apply it directly to the garden without worrying about burning them.
However, you’d better not apply goat manure to the soil without any fermentation. Because there are parasites and eggs in fresh goat manure. When fresh goat manure decomposes in the soil, it will give out heat which will burn the roots of plants.
Moreover, you can read our post about large-scale composting equipment if you plan to make commercial compost.
groove type compost turner
The first type is groove-type goat manure compost turner. This type works in trenches and you need to load goat manure in the grooves. We have chain plate compost turners, wheel type compost turners, and the common type groove compost turner.
The answer is no. Nothing like horse manure or cow manure, it will not burn the roots of plants. But there is a similarity you have to keep in mind that fresh manure will cause bacteria to ruin the plant roots. So, you have to make compost first. Fortunately, MFP staff can give you a design. Besides, we can customize composting machines for your business.