Based on years of research and experimentation, we created our All Natural Liquid Rabbit Tea Fertilizer system (patent pending) to give you a safe, cost-effective, and viable alternative to commercial chemical fertilizers.
There’s really no secret behind why our fertilizer works so well—it does exactly what nature intended.
Returning to Nature — Fertilizing and Amending Your Soil at the Same Time
These days, a lot of land has gotten away from its natural state. Though the soil may technically have the right amounts of minerals, soil is complex—it’s not all about numbers.
While some products can amend soil, they rarely fertilize at the same time.
Our All Natural Liquid Rabbit Tea Fertilizer can both amend and fertilize—using the power of natural processes.
One of our favorite sayings around the farm is, “Keep It Simple, Stupid,” and we think that applies just perfectly to soil—when you try to change what nature intended, you’re going to run into trouble.
Returning Soil to Its Natural State
Healthy soil, like soil you might find in the rainforest or the piney woods, isn’t just filled with minerals and nutrients automatically—grains of chemicals aren’t being poured into the soil.
Instead, there are complex, and very old, processes at work. Biomatter falls to the floor from trees and animals living in the canopies, some of it already filled with microorganisms from the bodies of those animals.
Lower down, fungi, insects, and smaller animals continue to break down that biomatter, adding their own biological products in the process. The soil itself is almost like another world, with its own mix of completely different insects, animals, and microorganisms.
They add their own unique blends of biomatter into the soil. When any of these creatures die, they add even more nutrients to the composition of the soil.
These natural processes have been taking place for a very long time in the rainforest or the piney woods of East Texas—but, in many areas of Texas and other states, those processes stopped hundreds of years ago when our ancestors began farming the land.
But the Land Doesn’t Forget
Your soil knows what it needs—It’s just a matter of returning your land, and the soil in it, to a natural state.
Hundreds of years of farming is hard on soil, but our All Natural Liquid Rabbit Tea Fertilizer can help restore your soil (while fertilizing at the same time).
And that’s exactly what our fertilizer does—it returns the soil to its natural state by tapping into the same processes that nature itself uses.
In addition to having extremely high levels of beneficial minerals and nutrients, our All Natural Liquid Rabbit Tea Fertilizer has something that commercial fertilizers simply don’t—naturally occurring microorganisms.
These microorganisms work together with the nutrients and micronutrients embedded in our fertilizer to heal your soil and give your plants what they crave.
Low Sodium Means No Burn
Because rabbit manure naturally contains little sodium, it is one of the few fertilizers that will not burn your plants when added directly to the garden, lawn, or pasture—you can even use it safely on food plants.
This is why our All Natural Liquid Rabbit Tea Fertilizer is considered a “cold fertilizer.”
Helping Your Plants Fight Disease
One of the most amazing characteristics of our All Natural Liquid Rabbit Tea Fertilizer is something common to all compost teas, both aerobic and anaerobic—it strengthens your plants’ natural defenses against disease.
By reintroducing beneficial bacteria into the soil with our fertilizer, your plants are better able to fight off dangerous bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
Rabbit Manure Has High NPK Values
Rabbit manure is packed with nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), and many other minerals, giving it the highest NPK value of any animal manure.
Compare Rabbit NPK Values to Other Animal Sources of Manure
NPK Values of Animal Manures
|Animal Source||Nitrogen (N)||Phosphorus (P)||Potassium (K)|
There’s really no contest between these manures—as you can see, rabbit really shines!
An Extremely High Nitrogen (N) Value
As you can see from the table above, rabbit manure is higher in nitrogen than almost any other animal manure, including just about any farm animal you can think of.
Sheep, goat, pig, chicken, cow, horse—no other manure can compare to the amount of nitrogen rabbit manure contains.
And nitrogen is critical to plants. Plants need nitrogen to produce a lush, green growth.
Nitrogen helps plants grow greener and stronger, allowing your plants to reach their full potential.
Nitrogen is especially important for quick growing salad greens and the early growth of tomatoes, corn, and many other vegetables.
Almost Double the Phosphorus (P) of Chicken Manure
Rabbit manure is also higher in phosphorus than other animal manure (including chicken). It is a critical element in the transformation of solar energy into chemical energy through photosynthesis. This in turn helps with proper plant growth.
Phosphorus also helps plants withstand stress. Phosphorus in the soil encourages plants to produce more and larger blossoms—it’s also an important part of the flowering and fruiting process, and it’s great for root growth.
A Respectable Level of Potassium (K)
Potassium helps with fruit quality and reduction of disease—more importantly, plants will not grow without it.
Our All Natural Liquid Rabbit Tea Fertilizer has about as much potassium as other animal manures.
Plants use potassium as an enzyme to produce proteins and sugars. They also uses potassium to control water content.
A Host of Micronutrients and Organic Matter
In addition to the major nutrients your plants need (NPK), rabbit manure has a variety of micronutrients and beneficial trace elements, including calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), boron (B), zinc (Zn), manganese (Mn), sulfur (S), copper (Cu), and cobalt (Co), just to name a few.
These trace elements are critical to the healthy development of your plants.
It’s also loaded with a host of micronutrients, and even organic matter, all of which improves soil structure, drainage, and moisture retention.
Vegetable gardens, pastures, and flower gardens all will benefit from using rabbit manure because of these properties.