California rancher Annie Haven learned how to make manure tea from her grandmother. And this ain’t no regular bag of “you know what.”
Annie’s cattle are grass fed, hormone, antibiotic and pesticide-free and what goes in to her free-range Angus and Longhorns comes out the same way – as pure organic fertilizer for roses, tomatoes, vegetables and house plants. Don’t worry, Anne says, her sun-dried *&^% don’t stink.
Each tea bag makes 5 gallons of tea. Easy to steep like sun tea. Drip dry bags between uses.
Feed tea directly to potted plants, vegetables, roses and add to compost as an accelerator. Makes a great foliar tonic, too.
Ships in a set of 3 bags for $14. Set of 6 for $19.
Annie Haven has been a rancher for her entire life. And a gardener. So manure tea is something that was passed down to her by her grandmother to use on roses, vegetables and houseplants.
But Annie’s tea is not your everyday factory fare. Some call it old-school, but today you could call her business sustainable.
Haven Longhorns and Angus are free-range, grass fed, hormone, antibiotic and pesticide-free. And what goes in her cattle come out the other end the same way in her natural manure products for the garden.
Starting from: $14.00 Final Price: $