Poultry Manure in Compost Production

Poultry Manure, also known as, Chicken dung is a beneficial organic fertilizer that is high in nutrients that are necessary for plant growth. It comes from the manure left behind by hens bred for meat or eggs. Along with bedding materials like wood shavings or straw, this waste is a combination of excrement and pee. Despite being unattractive at first, poultry manure breaks down into a nutrient-rich material that is good for plant nutrition and soil health. It is a powerful fertilizer that improves soil fertility and encourages vigorous plant development because of its high potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen content.