Rabbit Manure

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Rabbit Manure
Rabbit Droppings Manure.jpg
A dropping from a ferral rabbit
Typical Nutrient Content
Nitrogen: 2.4
Phosphorus: 1.4
Potassium: 0.6

Rabbit manure is the hottest of the animal manures. It may even be higher in nitrogen than some poultry manures. As an added bonus it also contains fairly high percentages of phosphates. Because of its high nitrogen content, rabbit droppings are best used in small quantities lightly mixed into soil or composted before use[1].

References[edit]

  1. (2010), "The Manures"