Egg Shell Lime

zyklon

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Livestock Farmer
I have two fields which need limed but due to the location of them beside certain property, I can’t have quarry lime blowing over that area.

I see some people are offering bagged lime produced from egg shells which some say is much better than G-Lime.

Anyone used it or know much about it?
 

wdah/him

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Location
tyrone
I have two fields which need limed but due to the location of them beside certain property, I can’t have quarry lime blowing over that area.

I see some people are offering bagged lime produced from egg shells which some say is much better than G-Lime.

Anyone used it or know much about it?

Have sowed some this spring bit early to tell but also grass this year Is for grazing not cutting like normal so waiting for soil test to say but looks to be more clover if that means any thing
 

zyklon

Member
Livestock Farmer
Might try it. Doesn’t appear to be expensive compared to G-Lime which they say only lasts a year but I do wonder if it’s another quick fix products do needs done every year?
 

wdah/him

Member
Location
tyrone
Bit of info I was given before purchase
 

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