Manure Exchange Program

Deschutes Soil and Water Conservation District currently manages a Manure Exchange Program to assist and help manage excess animal manure that might be a potential Water Quality concern. Livestock owners can register their manure piles to give away to other Deschutes County residents that would use it as fertilizer in their own pasture or garden. Fill out the form below if you have manure that you would like to exchange or click on the link below to see a directory of locations to pick up manure.

Click here to go to the directory.

Manure Exchange
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  3. Pile's Location
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  15. The following herbicides are broadleaf herbicides that contain chlopyralid. Gardeners would not want manure with residue left in hay from herbicides such as Ultra, Curtail, Confront, Transline, Tordon, ReClaim because legumes such as peas and tomatoes are sensitive and may die. Sunflowers are also affected by chlopyralid used for weed treatment. If you know that your hay was treated with one of the broadleaf weed treatments listed please make a note of it in the comments box. It won't bother grasses, just legumes and sunflowers. Thanks
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