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Chickens are like a 24hr composting system; what they eat one day drops out the next bursting with nitrogen for the undoubted benefit of your vegetable patch. However, the droppings are acidic and over time this acidity can slowly build up, traditionally the way to treat this was to add lime to the soil.

But now there is a way to neutralise the droppings at source using the catchily named Effective Micro-organisms. The microorganisms are mixed with molasses and bran, allowed to ferment and then dried to produce a stable product. This sweet smelling mix is known as Bokashi and can be fed daily to your chickens at a rate of 5% of the weight of their feed and sprinkled on the dropping tray under the perching bars. Your chickens will love it and just thinking of all those millions of little organisms working away improving the soil has just got to make you feel good too.

Bokashi 1kg.

£4.99 Inc VAT

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Weight: 1.100 kg

Height: 29 cm

Width: 38 cm

Length: 6 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Bokashi Active Bran - 1kg

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57
4 Stars:
7
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Good product, arrived quickly -

This is the first time I bought bokashi active bran. So far, I am very pleased with it, though I am yet to get a usable compost from it. It works extremely quickly. In less than 2 weeks, my green waste bin with bokashi smelled "pickly", and seems to be breaking down a lot faster than without it. Good price. Will definitely be buying it again.


Really good -

Fab product, the hens love it mixed in with their pellets. Definitely has made their poos smaller and harder. Would highly recommend!


Great stuff -

Good price. Delivery was fast and quality is excellent. Will definitely buy from Omlet again.


Good product -

Very happy with my purchase. Hope to replace with you again.


Does what it says in the description! -

Thanks. This is my first foray into bokashi composting and I'm really enjoying how much less I'm throwing away now I can compost meat and fish bones and scraps.