What exactly is it that prevents most farms in the US from switching to organics? Is it money or a fear of crop failure? Do farmers see the crowded organics market, and think there isn’t room for more premium products on the grocery store shelves? We can’t really do anything in influence market forces. We’re just a discount organic fertilizer company after all! Having said that, if you’ll give us just a moment, we think we can change your mind about cost. Let’s take a brief look at our bulk organic fertilizer options, and see if the time is right to switch your farm over.
Bulk Organic Fertilizer Options
We have a couple of options for the farmer looking to convert broad acre production over to organics. If you’re ready to make the change, Neptune’s Harvest offers some excellent choices based the size of your farm. If not, keep scrolling below the products for more information on cost savings with organic fertilizers.
You always hear the phrase “buy in bulk and save”, everywhere you go. Often, people don’t think in those terms when it comes to fertilizer. If you own a large farm, you’re probably already getting your fertilizer on a flatbed. But there are organic options that offer not only bulk pricing, but the peace-of-mind you get knowing that what you’re applying will actually improve topsoil microbiology over time.
By the Numbers: Why organic fertilizers are a better choice for today’s farmers
What if you could save money, build soil, and increase yields all at the same time? The fact is, bulk organic fertilizer outperforms conventional in almost every benchmark. Sure, we would have had some tough competition 40 years ago, but just look at these numbers from the USDA. If you look on tab 8, or just check out our picture below, you will see that fertilizer inputs have skyrocketed in recent years. Sadly, it’s to the point that farms become more dependent on subsidies from Uncle Sam each and every year.
Why are our farms earning less and less each year while fertilizer costs skyrocket? The answer is simple. Petrochemical fertilizers shock the soil and kill off a large portion of the microbiology that converts inorganic minerals into a bioavailable form. Without our microscopic allies working at peak production, the soil on our farms gets worse with each successive season. There are a few farmers our there who have figured this out, and they are doing very well with organic food production.
We don’t like fear based selling at all, but I just have to say this next part for your own good. It’s not outside the realm of possibility that this trend just might bankrupt your farm unless you break the cycle and convert to a fertilizer that feeds microbiology. We’re here to help. You can send an e-mail to email@example.com today. We want to see America’s farms succeed. Let us help!
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