Warren H. – North Carolina

After using your products for years and recommending to friends, Please answer this question of how the guano is harvested. I just want to know if I choose to use this product, am I contributing to the endangerment of bats and the critters associated with their environment? I’m sure the care you and your products exude must be sensitive to this concern. Love you guys and thank you for the success I’ve always had using Dr. Earth!

Warren H. – North Carolina

Just an FYI: During the pandemic, we stopped selling it as chicken manure is being pushed around and questioned like steer manure so we took the safe alternative and stayed away from all manures, and took it down from our website. However, under normal harvesting conditions, we believe we have one of the best bat guanos available today. Our family owns a 20-acre ranch in Arizona near the four corners area and made some very nice Indian friends (apache tribe) who are great farmers. They built these elaborate bat caves made of plywood, and a metal screen on the bottom but its a nice contraption, I buy once a year from them when I take my family there, and she usually has a tote for me. Her guano is top-notch! She is an organic gardener and does not use bug sprays on her 6000-acre farm. She also raises a variety of fruits that make great insect food, which makes great and clean guano.