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Old 10-30-2012, 08:41 PM
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How?

I explain that this is something their yard needs. Most people want to have a better yard than their neighbors. And if you can show them "good results", then they will pay for it.

And most people know if it's organic....then its usually good.

People will pay more of chickens that aren't kept in cages. They will pay more for beef if it's natural fed. And the same goes of spreading "organic" compost....its better for the environment...and some people it's a huge deal.

But I think most people like the thought of trying to do their part in keeping the Earth healthy.

But if the organic compost didn't work or show good results....then people wouldn't buy it.

In the car business....they say, "There's an ass for every seat". Meaning...even though that car is over priced, if you find that right person, they will buy it, no matter what. But it's finding that right person.

Organic compost spreading is not for everyone one, but if you get a few...for me, it's worth it!
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