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Mixed Wood Biochar:

We offer a mixed wood biochar made from urban wood waste and ground pallets.   This is a great choice for soil applications with over 80% carbon content and competitive pricing. Click here for IBI testing data.


Comes in bulk trailer loads up to 150 cubic yards and in super sacks. FOB Wichita KS

Bulk = $75 per cubic yard or appx $300 per ton

Bagged = $100 per cubic yard or appx $400 per ton

Premium Pine Feedstock Biochar: 

This biochar is made from pure pine wood waste.  This is our flagship product with organic carbon content up to 90% and surface area of up to 500 sq meters per gram this is a premium biochar in every way.  Tested as 100% USDA biobased to confirm our commitment to quality and giving customers a product they can feel good about feeding to their livestock.  Click for USDA Biobased testing data.   Click here for IBI testing data. 

Biochar natural feed additive with the potential to revolutionize livestock production.  Biochar, aka charcoal, is a significant natural carbon storehouse that has been made by nature and used by humans for thousands of years. The formation of Biochar is a natural way of regulating global carbon cycles.

Adding biochar to your supplement mix can have significant benefits for your livestock, your soils, and the atmosphere. Numerous reports have now shown that the use of Biochar for a stock feed has resulted weight gain increases, increased milk production, a boost to the immune system, along with reductions in methane emissions.  Manure odor and gut health improvements lead to better overall health of livestock.  Reductions in patty toxicity increase dung beetle activity.

Biochar can be used instead of shell grit for poultry. 

In addition to the benefits to the animal, Biochar also has on pasture advantages as the animals' gut microbes inoculate and distribute activated biochar with no equipment necessary.  When coupled with active dung beetle populations the benefits to your pastures of the increased carbon include improved moisture retention, reduced run off and more active microbial habitats.  

1 Cubic Yard = 12,924 of the 1/4 cup doses or 6,462 of the 1/2 cup doses.

Cost works out to appx .02 cents per day per animal or just under $10 per animal per year feeding at 1/4 cup pear day.  1/2 cup dose works out to just under $20 per animal per year.


Feed at ¼ - ½ cup hd/day dry/wet, or mixed with mineral, salt, or molasses for cattle. 1/4 cup for horses mixed in feed with molasses 1/8th cup for pigs, goats, sheep mixed in feed.

Use as part of free choice system for poultry.



Comes in 3 gallon and 2 cubic yard bags. FOB Laramie, WY.

3 Gallon Sample Bag = $13.99

2-8 Cubic Yards = $249 per yard

10 + Cubic Yards = $229 per yard

48 Cubic Yard loads = $199 per yard

96 Cubic Yard Loads = $179 per yard

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