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Tim Oliver
12.07.15
0406 306 003

Lucerne bales. (Wet Prime, still green)

$10Delivered

Wet prime Lucerne bales $10 each, Minimum 30 able order. Get together with friends to organise a load, to make it worthwhile, the minimum is 30 bales.

You can also take advantage of the below combo offer:

30 bags of composted horse manure + 10 bales of wet prime lucerne

Delivered to Ipswich: $190

Delivered to Brisbane central within 10km: $200

Delivered to more than 10km from the central region: from $210

This is a great value option to start a new garden or reinvigorate an existing garden bed.

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Pleased to say Tim is still in the composted horse manure business! Although he has only a FaceBook site, he has an email address and a mobile phone number for contact. If anyone wants his email address, please private message to me on this Forum and I will pass it along.

His current offerings may be different from what is noted here. His FB site is called Brisbane Rural Produce and more info can be had by looking at that.

A couple of years ago I bought 40 bags of his composted horse manure. The plants did very well with it and I am keen to get another load to renovate my beds over the winter.

Can vouch 100% for the composted horse poo I have bought from Tim (many truck loads). He turns up on time, unloads where you want it and the going rate is always fair especially as it's a good product that improves the beds.

Very! glad to hear he is still in the business. 

Ah but I have found that Tim has re-structured his pricing. He is charging $5 a bag under 40 bags plus delivery and $4 a bag over 40 bags plus delivery. Don't know figures for other suburbs, but the delivery charge to Deception Bay is $30.

We will be looking elsewhere for our garden refurbishment materials :-(.

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