Question:

Curious about your product, I raise a small herd of cattle and my fields need some life put back into them. Now how much Chicken Soup for the Soil® covers a square acre and what way(s) would be the best means to apply such a large area an make it the most cost effective?

To your questions I have between 35 to 40 acres of pasture land. Having a dozen cows on different parts of it during the year. Located in the willamette valley area south of Salem, the soil I would say is of not of the greatest of value lots of clay, thin soil up against shale. I have never conditioned the land or done anything to it at this point.

Answer:

We recommend applying 30 gallons per acre now in the fall and again after cutting.

Alternatively, make Chicken Soup Compost Tea and apply it to your pasture at a rate of 5 to 10 gallons of Chicken Soup per acre. Click Here for similar story on alfalfa.

Click Here for Chicken Soup Compost Tea instructions.