Rabbit Dropping tea burlap bag

Rabbit dropping tea is a great additive to your garden's nutrition including rich sources of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, minerals, and micronutrients.
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What the heck is Rabbit Manure Tea?

Don’t panic! It is NOT something you will be sipping at your next brunch with shortbread cookies (or whatever you snack on when you drink tea). Rabbit manure tea, or rabbit poop tea, or rabbit (choose your preferred excrement noun) tea is a healthy concoction that will offer a lot off added nutrients to your garden plants.

 

Is it REALLY good for my garden?

It is higher in nutirents than cow, horse, and chicken manure. It is also a “Cold” manure meaning you can put it directly into your garden without letting it rest.  Take a look at the nutrient content of rabbit manure compared to other animals below:

N = Nitrogen | P = Phospherous | K = Potassium

Image from: The Spruce.

2 Comments

  1. Opal Cintron-Heese

    Are you going into the “Bunny-Poo” Biz? Do you sell this? Here in Michigan where I live you would make a fortune. I am glad to pass around your info to my friends who grow here. MI is an agro state so not only is there tons of gardening and gardeners are going Organic by the dozens but there are many Hemp and Cannabis RX growers as well. I recently have begun a journey to learn how to grow in Organic living soil for veggies, herbs and medical Cannabis /hemp. It has been one of the biggest undertakings I have had the pleasure of grasping. Bunny-poo is one of the elements great for making compost teas I believe. I have a brewer. 🙂 Congrats and I look forward to more info upcoming. 🙂

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    • Robb

      Hey want a good pound of poo? Its supposed be be great for canabis and I will gladly send you some! Just let me know how it works for you.

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