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  1. Joe
    March 29, 2012

    what is the estimated cost per acre on a min of 50ac.

    • AGGRAND Organic Fertilizer Dealer
      April 5, 2012


      Many apologies for not getting back with you sooner. Unfortunately, I must have missed the notification regarding this comment.

      I’m not sure what you’re applying to, so it’s difficult to say for sure what your cost per acre would be. However, since I deal alot with hay farmers, I’ll assume for the time being that this is hay.

      Depending upon your grass type and soil profile, you’d apply between 1 and 2 gallons of 4-3-3 per acre (often 1 is enough). So, for 50 acres, you’d need about 1 – 55 gallon drum. The company does not allow me to publicly post actual product prices on MY website, but, they don’t bar me from giving an estimated cost per gallon.

      Purchasing 55 gallon drums, your price per gallon, including freight, works out to about $19. Purchasing multiple drums or 275 gallon totes can bring that price down to near or even below $15/gallon, including freight.

      Hope that gives you some idea. Again, many apologies for not answering sooner.

  2. KAM
    March 9, 2014

    For the home lawns, I require a fertilizer that in no way will harm pets or young grandchildren who love to roll and play on the grass. It must be VERY safe. Also, I will be looking for a good pasture-starter for sheep. The pasturing is new to me – can you recommend any articles? I have maybe 3 acres available near Roseburg, OR for rotating approx. 10-12 sheep.

    • AGGRAND Organic Fertilizer Dealer
      March 26, 2014

      Many apologies for not responding MUCH sooner. Somehow missed this comment. Not sure what you’re looking for in particular with regards to articles. There is alot of good information on the site regarding the use of AGGRAND for lawns and pasture. The product is completely natural and harmless to pets, animals and people, so no worries there. 3 acres of northern grass pasture would likely cost about $75 to $100 per fertilizer application. You’d want to apply once in the spring and again after each heavy grazing period.

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