And Yet More Poo


Wednesday 23 April, 2014 by Uncle Spike

And for my next bit of entertainment, I thought a double trailer load of goat poo could be fun! Yep, that lot should keep me (or the rather the veggies) going for another couple of years.




Took me a full day to shift 60 barrow loads of it into one of the big poo depots (the other is full of the cow version of same origin) and even filled a full cubic metre compost store.



A couple of the veg areas (one fallow and the other that had Broad Beans) have recently been cleared and dug over twice in preparation for the new season’s planting. Now with a few barrowloads of goat poo 🙂



And some for another area that is next for clearing…



And finally, a few tubs filled ready for when the peas are finished in the greenhouse.



16 thoughts on “And Yet More Poo

  1. […] time in the various vegetable beds means goat poo time, and some serious exercise to dig over the soil three […]


  2. ssgt leslie says:

    that is a large load of poo.


  3. Amy Pinkrose says:

    Hehehehehehehe I KNOW what that is like! Horse poo! Yep, and plenty of it!!! Happy diggin’!!! xx


  4. fredrieka says:

    yea never ending poo


  5. I like the spade – it’s rather symbolic!


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