Bryant RedHawk wrote:Question, did you make sure the feed pellets were organically grown or at least not sprayed with insecticide or herbicide?
I am looking forward to reading about your results.
stephen lowe wrote:Did you figure a total cost for the inputs? Sounds like it should make some high quality compost, it will be interesting to compare yield and cost to comparable bulk compost (although decent commercial compost is often hard to find)
Glen Kowalski wrote:A couple of yards of compost would be a steal Alas it will produce about 1.3 cubic yards or roughly 9.50 a cu/ft. However it should be very high quality in the end. I believe I can halve the amount of alfalfa pellets (the most expensive input) and make up the difference with free coffee grounds from Starbucks and a local gas station. Trying to work out a deal to buy all the spoiling bananas as well for cheap.
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