MUD’s Annual Llama Poo Sale
Our annual Llama Poo Sale begins the weekend of May 16 and 17, 2020, and will continue during subsequent weekends as supplies last. Llama manure will be available for pickup from 10am to 4pm on the brick patio next to the Home Resource parking lot. Please wear a mask and bring your own 5 gallon bucket, if possible. If you don’t have a bucket handy we will have a few extras available for you to use. $10 a bucket!
Each year, MUD partners with local llama and alpaca farms and sanctuaries to provide you with llama poo for your garden available for $10/bucket. We utilize repurposed feed bags and buckets to make pick-up easy and sustainable. Come by during our Tool Library hours to purchase the poo your garden needs!
Llamas and alpacas have a special digestive system that causes their manure to be high in nitrogen, which is excellent for plants. Furthermore, unlike the manure of cows, horses, and sheep, llama poo does not have to be aged before it can be applied to plant roots. Most other types of livestock manure must be aged prior to applying or it will burn the roots of plants. Llama manure, however, can be applied to your plants fresh, dry, or as a tea that nourishes your potted plants without any odor issues.