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5 years 3 months ago #531087 by markbz
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how long after fertilizing can you graze paddocks

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5 years 3 months ago #531088 by Rokker
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Depends on what fert you use and other factors such as subsequent rainfall. What are you using?

Do NOT cross this paddock! ... Unless you can do it in 9 seconds, 'cos the bull can do it in 10!

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5 years 3 months ago #531094 by tonybaker
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5 acres, Ferguson 35X and implements, Hanmay pto shredder, BMW Z3, Countax ride on mower, chooks, Dorper and Wiltshire sheep. Bosky wood burning central heating stove and radiators. Retro caravan. Growing our own food and preserving it. Small vineyard, crap wine. :)

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5 years 3 months ago #531095 by Ruth
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Don't ask Ballance because if all their reps are similar, you'll never hear from them again.

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5 years 3 months ago #531096 by LongRidge
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If the fertiliser is a Ravensdown product, they will say "After 25 mm of rain has fallen". If you have put on lime then up to 2 T per hectare does not worry animals that are not in late pregnancy or lactating. Other solid fertilisers do not seem to harm the animals up to about 200 kg per hectare BUT....
If you have added selenium and molybdenum and cobalt, which you possibly should have, these can be poisonous if you have put on a capital application.
RPR is very safe.
If you have added a fertiliser with nitrogen in it then you will need to be extra careful, and get the grass checked for nitrates in it.
I would be very, very cautious with chook poo

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