Guest Post by Cindy McNatt of the Orange County Register
I had a fascinating conversation the other day with a San Juan Capistrano rancher — Annie Haven of the Haven Family Ranch.
Not only does she raise free-range, grass-fed, hormone and antibiotic free longhorn and Angus cattle, she makes a delightful manure tea that is good for your garden and is as pure as the cattle that produce it.
Her tea bag ingredients are sun-dried and don’t smell.
What’s more, manure tea is great for roses, perennials, houseplants and the kitchen garden.
Brew a batch and add to your compost pile to really get it cooking fast.
Each bag makes five gallons and there are three bags to a pack for $12.95.
Visit manuretea.com for details.
(Editor’s Note: Also an excellent means of deterring further visits from meddlesome or irritating neighbors. “Cup of tea for you, dear? Coming right up.”)
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