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SlurryBugs 1KG Pot

Excluding VAT: £129.50

Including VAT (20%): £155.40

Key Features & Benefits

  • Break down solid matter to liquify slurry
  • Make slurry easier to handle, saving time and fuel
  • Mobilise N, P, K and dissolved Carbon (C) trapped in solids
  • Improve slurry fertiliser value
  • Improve soil condition once spread (C:N ratio)
  • Reduce bought-in fertiliser

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Everything you need to know before you buy SlurryBugs...



Which SlurryBugs Product Should You Buy?

SlurryBugs - Bacterial slurry additive which breaks down the solid content producing a more homogenous and nutrient rich fertiliser.

Crust Buster - Crust Buster SlurryBugs are suitable for tackling crusting issues with dairy slurry or for standard treatment of Beef, Young Stock, Sheep or Pig slurry.

Shift-It - Shift-It SlurryBugs are the strongest in our range and are suitable for tacking problematic slurry such as blockages.

Multi-buy discounts are available for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ units across the range.

How Many Pots Do You Need?

For initial application for each 450,000 litres of stored slurry 1 pot is required, following that every 100 cows housed indoors requires 1 scoop of SlurryBugs a week (200 cows – 2 scoops, 300 cows – 3 scoops and so on). Each pot contains enough SlurryBugs for 10 scoops.

For example, if you have 900,000 litres of slurry stored and 300 cows housed indoors you will need a total of 4 pots of SlurryBugs to see you through a month. 2 x pots for the initial treatment and 2 pots for the ongoing treatment which requires 12 scoops (1.2 pots) over 4 weeks.

Stuart Shepherd, Moons Farm, Garstang: “Our large underground tanks used to be difficult to pump out due to crusting. Since changing things, the slurry stays liquid, making it much easier to pump. There is little or no ammonia and the nutrients have helped produce excellent grass crops each summer”.

James Rogerson, Game Farm, Singleton: “We were never able to empty the slurry tank so completely until doing this. When spreading slurry now, it disappears into the soil very quickly meaning cows can graze soon after.”

Nick Pocock, Idson Farm, Bridgwater: “The automated system has reduced our bought in fertiliser costs significantly. Our large pit is scraped into every day and drip-drip treatment every day gives much better results. There’s also been a noticeable improvement in grass palatability after spreading slurry.”


Testimonials

Testimonial

Stuart Shepherd, Moons Farm, Garstang: “Our large underground tanks used to be difficult to pump out due to crusting. Since changing things, the slurry stays liquid, making it much easier to pump. There is little or no ammonia and the nutrients have helped produce excellent grass crops each summer”.

Testimonial

James Rogerson, Game Farm, Singleton: “We were never able to empty the slurry tank so completely until doing this. When spreading slurry now, it disappears into the soil very quickly meaning cows can graze soon after.”

Testimonial

Nick Pocock, Idson Farm, Bridgwater: “The automated system has reduced our bought in fertiliser costs significantly. Our large pit is scraped into every day and drip-drip treatment every day gives much better results. There’s also been a noticeable improvement in grass palatability after spreading slurry.”