Rooster Booster Organic Pellet Fertiliser (2KG), Home Bargains, £1.29 instead of £5.99
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Rooster Booster Organic Pellet Fertiliser (2KG), Home Bargains, £1.29 instead of £5.99

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Found 30th Apr 2016
Rooster Booster Original Organic Pellet Fertiliser
Pelleted Chicken Manure
Soil conditioning, organic fertiliser for all year round use
Approved by the Soil Association
Excellent as a Compost bin accelerator.

Rooster Organic Manure, being a Natural Organic manure, is safe to use on all plants. It can be incorporated with top soil and watered in if applied during dry spells. Being of a neutral pH, Rooster Organic Manure may be used for Ericaceous Plants such as Azaleas, Ericas, Camellias and Rhododendrons.
In addition to supplying Nitrogen, Phosphates, Potash and Calcium, the following trace elements are also found available in Rooster Organic Manure:- Sulphur, Boron, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Iron and Manganese.
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If you have dogs they will eat it as mine did! Rake it in well.

A testimonial on the manufacturers site says...

Received from Ms F J Spencer from Southhampton.

Dear Sirs, I thought you might be interested in a very strange story. Whilst fertiizing the ground with your Rooster Pellets, my dog came behind me and ate some of the pellets that I had not been quick enough to dig in, this happened a few times, he loved them! All through his life, he is now fourteen and a half years old, he has suffered from a poor coat with loss of hair and bald patches, faith healers, vets and old wives tales could do nothing for him. That was until he ate Rooster. His coat is now magnificent! Just think, it may be a cure for baldness.
mick2me

http://rooster.uk.com/ If you have dogs they will eat it as mine did! … http://rooster.uk.com/ If you have dogs they will eat it as mine did! Rake it in well.A testimonial on the manufacturers site says... Received from Ms F J Spencer from Southhampton.Dear Sirs, I thought you might be interested in a very strange story. Whilst fertiizing the ground with your Rooster Pellets, my dog came behind me and ate some of the pellets that I had not been quick enough to dig in, this happened a few times, he loved them! All through his life, he is now fourteen and a half years old, he has suffered from a poor coat with loss of hair and bald patches, faith healers, vets and old wives tales could do nothing for him. That was until he ate Rooster. His coat is now magnificent! Just think, it may be a cure for baldness.



That's brilliant - think I'll give this a go
On the garden or on a balding dog?
mick2me

http://rooster.uk.com/ If you have dogs they will eat it as mine did! … http://rooster.uk.com/ If you have dogs they will eat it as mine did! Rake it in well.A testimonial on the manufacturers site says... Received from Ms F J Spencer from Southhampton.Dear Sirs, I thought you might be interested in a very strange story. Whilst fertiizing the ground with your Rooster Pellets, my dog came behind me and ate some of the pellets that I had not been quick enough to dig in, this happened a few times, he loved them! All through his life, he is now fourteen and a half years old, he has suffered from a poor coat with loss of hair and bald patches, faith healers, vets and old wives tales could do nothing for him. That was until he ate Rooster. His coat is now magnificent! Just think, it may be a cure for baldness.



​They wouldn't be putting that up if the dog suddenly dropped dead.
Saying that, have they done human trials yet?
I could do with some!
boil or roast?
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