Crystal Blue Ranch
Localized Custom Farming
303 . 688 . 2374
your local pasture management provider
Keep your water...
With our current dry climate and hard packed
soil conditions, give each and every drop of water
a chance to
sink in and provide valuable nutrients to your pastures.
that water to run off. Give your pasture a chance to
survive. Call today, we will be happy to schedule
some time in your area to aerate your soil.
We will be scheduling time throughout Douglas, Elbert, and Kiowa
counties. We are specializing in providing aeration services
on a per acre basis. We will setup our equipment, aerate and
(optionally) provide you with raking and overseeding services.
We are committed to help you preserve your moisture and achieve
as much production as you possibly can out of the moisture
Call today, find out when we will be in your area. Check
our rates Note large field
and multi-job discounts. Why wait?
Please note, seed prices have been increasing dramatically (255% in
2007) - hopefully
they can go either way. Please visit our pages frequently, we will
adjust our seeding prices in direct reflection of current markets.
Although generally not recommended, sometimes it's just best to
consider new plant establishment. We have several options for you:
- Overseeding, works well for "spotty" or winter-kill
areas. We can overseed your pastures utilizing a combination
of broadcast seeding followed by Aeroway and harrow rake
incorporation. You get all the benefits of a full aeration combined
with a "minimum-till" low impact re-seed.
- New. We can help you with unproductive or marginally
producing pastures with our "new seed" services.
We have invested in several pieces of Brillion seeding and
pulvi-mulching equipment. Our Brillion seeders are designed for grass/alfala
establishment. They are not "grain" drills, and they produce an
even, uniform, precisely planted pastures. Great solution for
your new construction areas.
If you have any questions, you may call us or your
local county extension agent
Many industry experts agree that the best times for aerating your
pastures are early spring and late fall. Irrigated hay pastures
should be aerated after each cut, or after soil compaction is evident.
We advise that you give it a try. Although extremely beneficial, you
may not want to invest in this specialized equipment until you can
be sure it will work for you... call us!. We're happy to come till
and discuss your needs and schedules. We have plenty of work - green
pastures are more important to us than green pockets - if you like
the results, we will be happy to line you up with some of our local
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