Organic fertilizers made
from chicken manure

Increase your crop yield by up to +40%!

  • By taking advantage of our low-priced and highly effective fertilizer, you can earn up to 1.5 dollars in profit for every 1 dollar invested.
  • Our fertilizers enhance the effectiveness of mineral fertilizers by up to +200% by improving the availability of micronutrients.
  • Become a loyal partner and enjoy favorable purchasing conditions and volume discounts!
  • Fertilizers made from granulated chicken manure enrich your soil with important chemical elements such as Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Sulfur, Zinc, Boron, Molybdenum, and 5 other micronutrients.
  • Our fertilizers maintain a neutral pH level of the soil. Neutral pH promotes better nutrient uptake. Acidic soil, on the other hand, hinders nutrient absorption, resulting in wasted money.
Completely safe for plants
Available in a readily accessible form for plant nutrition
100% absorption of nutrients
Does not acidify the soil
100% pure chicken manure composition
Easy application
Contains 12 essential nutrients
Activates soil microorganisms
Retains moisture in the soil
Combats soil compaction


Chicken manure is a valuable source of organic fertilizers that contains large amounts of nutrients necessary for plant growth and development. The composition of chicken manure fertilizer can vary depending on many factors, but on average it contains the following elements:

Nitrogen (N) is one of the main macroelements necessary for the growth and development of plants. Chicken manure contains on average about 4-5% nitrogen, which is the main source of nitrogen for plants.

Phosphorus (P) is another important macronutrient that is necessary for the formation of roots, flowering and fruiting of plants. The average phosphorus level in chicken manure is about 2-3%.

Potassium (K) is the third essential macronutrient that helps plants regulate water balance and increase resistance to disease and stress conditions. The potassium content in chicken manure averages about 1-2%.

Microelements — in addition to the main macroelements, chicken manure also contains many trace elements such as magnesium, calcium, sulfur, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, etc.

In general, the composition of chicken manure fertilizers is quite rich and can satisfy most plant nutritional needs.

We produce a wide range of
organic and mineral fertilizers

Direct deliveries of chicken manure and mineral fertilizers

Soil with high organic matter content

At our production facility, we process chicken manure, turning it into valuable fertilizer. The process involves grinding, drying and then producing flour which we granulate. The resulting granules have a diameter of 6-8 mm and a length of 4-12 mm.

This fertilizer can be distributed using a RUM spreader as part of any agronomic work, including cultivation and basic tillage, and the dose is 250-400 kg/ha. This product can serve as a replacement for complex mineral fertilizers or complement their use, providing a comprehensive effect on the soil.

It is important to note that our fertilizer does not lead to soil oxidation, which is a significant advantage compared to some mineral fertilizers. The fertilizer contains nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and 9 microelements, as well as organic matter that can convert phosphorus and potassium from the soil into a form accessible to plants.

Our factory produces fertilizers from chicken manure to help agricultural producers increase the yield of their crops while preserving environmental cleanliness and plant health.

— Sergey Artamonov

Project Manager "ORGANICS"


Measured farmer results

How to get 36 c/ha of soybeans? My step by step plan
(additional profit 70,2 usd/ha)
Tokmakov Nikita

Voronezh region

Everyone asks me to show how exactly I was able to achieve a soybean yield of 35.7 c/ha without irrigation in the Voronezh region.

I decided to bring together all the experimental plots for 2022 and make a step-by-step plan using my soybean technology as an example.


Everywhere there was a single background:

  • Food in autumn: 300 kg/ha of granulated chicken manure before disking.
  • Nutrition in spring with sowing: 130 kg/ha of ammonium nitrate.
  • Seed treatment: Maxim Gold + Tabu Neo + inoculant Atuva + stimulant Sprintalga + spreader Icarus Perfect Stick.
  • Processing according to the first trifoliate sheet: Harmony Pro 6 g + Bazagran 3 l + Phylloton 0.4 l + Icarus Mo 0.05 l + Icarus Perfect Stick 20 ml.
  • Cereal treatment: Quickstep 0.5 l + Borey Neo 0.1 l.
  • Budding treatment: Icarus NB Mo 0.5 l + Phylloton 0.3 l + Borey Neo 0.1 l + Icarus Perfect Stick 20 ml.
  • Processing for filling beans: Icarus NB Mo 0.5 l + Icarus Perfect Stick 20 ml.

Step by step:

Moisture +10.4 c/ha (this is the growth figure for the average yield of control plots compared to last year). Having adequate moisture is number 1.
But even within this year, the yield across plots jumped from 22.8 c/ha to 35.7 c/ha.
Where are the remaining 12.9 c/ha? Let's look further.
The use of soil amendment (Gambit 2 l + Lapis lazuli 0.4 l) gave +7.3 c/ha due to the fact that we were able to keep the field clear of weeds until the first leaf treatment. Where they did not work, the white pigweed could not be contained.
An additional autumn application of +200 kg/ha of granulated chicken manure (total 500 kg/ha) gave +6.7 c/ha.
Sowing with a row spacing of 35 cm gave +4.0 c/ha with a norm of 660 thousand pcs/ha versus a wide row of 70 cm with a norm of 330 thousand pcs/ha or a continuous row of 15 cm with a norm of 800 thousand pcs/ha.
The Sultana variety gave +3.1 c/ha versus the Mezenka variety.
Protection against cutworms and spider mites gave +1.9 c/ha against a plot where we delayed treatment by 2 weeks and suffered severe visual damage.
Deep-loosening yielded +1.3 c/ha versus discing.
Here are the 7 steps that I was able to record experimentally, when the difference was one point for each experimental site. It is clear that the influence does not simply add up, although I would like, bang, to get +24.3 c/ha. But no. The maximum I could get on Sultan was 35.7 c/ha.

Compass rose Increased productivity
using fertilizers from
granulated chicken manure

Why should you use our fertilizer?

Retains moisture.

Soil with a high content of organic matter retains moisture better. Preserve and increase this property with ORGANIC COMPLEX and you will receive + 25% to the current harvest!


Organic fertilizer has a neutral pH. Phosphorus is absorbed by plants at a pH of 6.5 to 7. High phosphorus absorption will save from 5% to 15% of the yield.

Enhances the effect of mineral fertilizers

Chicken manure contains trace elements such as zinc, copper and boron, which can help improve the uptake of mineral fertilizers by plants.


Microorganisms and soil biota convert NPK from the soil into a form available to plants. Mineral nutrition introduced together with ORGANIC-COMPLEX will work more effectively.


Most nutrients are available when the soil contains a sufficient proportion of decomposed organic matter. Chicken droppings help maintain it.