Offering Vermi Compost: Compost is the product resulting from the controlled biological decomposition of organic material. We are producing organic vermi compost from the dairy animal dung. We can supply you in bulk quantity. The materia is very good fro organic agriculture. The material is rich in the micro nutrients. More specifically, compost is the stable, humus- Like product resulting from the biological decomposition of organic matter under controlled conditions. A wide range of materials may be composted, but they must consist of principally organic components (i.e. Carbon- Containing remnants or residues of life processes). The starting materials for composting are commonly referred to as feed stocks. Feedstock such as yard trimmings, wood chips, vegetable scraps, paper products, sorted municipal solid waste (MSW), animal carcasses, manures and waste water sludges (bio-solids) Have all been composted successfully. Mixtures of organic materials may be more or less heterogeneous, but are rendered more physically homogenous through the composting process. Particles are made smaller and the total volume of the original materials is reduced (usually by 30 to 50 percent). Volume reduction is one of the benefits of composting. Carbon is the most abundant element in compost (usually about one half of the total mass). Nitrogen is also present in compost, but in much smaller quantities (usually 1 to 2 percent). The ratio of carbon to nitrogen (C:N) Is a common index used for assessing feedstocks and the maturity of any given compost. Nitrogen becomes more concentrated as carbon in organic materials is broken down and liberated as carbon dioxide. C:N ratios in finished compost range from 12:1-20:1, but are ideally between 14:1-18:1. Chemically, compost is exceedingly complex. It is the culmination of both degenerative and synthetic processes at work in decaying organic material.