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                  CONTACT US:

                   Serenity Animal Farm (Mark Bagley)

                   P.O. Box 67

                   Clanton, Alabama 35046


                   (205) 294-0985 (call or text)

For Sale and Services

Livestock and Exotic animal manure (fertilizer) for sale. (Call or text for pricing)

Livestock and Exotic animal manure makes an excellent growing medium for garden, plants, grasses, trees and shrubs. When turned into compost and fed to plants and vegetables it becomes a nutrient-rich fertilizer. It can be mixed into the soil or used as top dressing. Currently available: Cow, goat, llama, alpaca, camel, tortoise, pig, sheep and chickens. Available by the sack or truck load.

Cattle manure is basically made up of digested grass and grain. Cow dung is high in organic materials and rich in nutrients. It contains about 3 percent nitrogen, 2 percent phosphorus, and 1 percent potassium (3-2-1 NPK).

Goat manure fertilizer can help gardeners produce healthier plants and crop yields. Goats not only produce neater pelletized droppings, but their manure doesn't typically attract insects or burn plants as does manure from cows or horses. Goat manure is virtually odorless and is beneficial for the soil.

Exotic animal manure available. Exotic animal manure also makes a great garden fertilizer. Manure from animals as varied as llama, alpaca, zebra, ostrich, camel and tortoise is rich in soil nutrients and an excellent source of organic matter that improves overall soil composition and structure.

Camel manure is dry and odorless Camel dung decomposes faster than many others because of the diverse and stronger microflora in camels’ rumen. Camel is, therefore, more efficient in nutrient recycling, making camels’ dung more useful for cropping and farming

Swine manure contains all 13 of the essential plant nutrients that are used by plants. These include nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), sulfur (S), manganese (Mn), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn), chlorine (Cl), boron (B), iron (Fe), and molybdenum (Mo).

Sheep manure, like other animal manures, is a natural slow-release fertilizer. Nutrients in sheep manure fertilizer provide adequate nourishment for a garden. It is high in both phosphorus and potassium, essential elements for optimal plant growth.

Alpaca manure is considered a rich soil conditioner. Alpaca fertilizer improves the soil quality and its ability to retain water. It is also good for plants, providing a fair amount of nitrogen and potassium and about average levels of phosphorus.

Rescue, and Buy animals

 -Do you have animals to give away or for sale or trade?

- Do you know of an animal in need of a good home?

- Do you want to purchase alpaca or Llama Fleece?

- Do you want Chilton County Honey? (Sold out for 2019)

- Do you need Alpaca fertilizer for gardens, landscaping projects or flower gardens?

 -If so contact us at

Sell Raw Fleece - available yearly each May (call for price quotes)

- Alpaca   (Available)

- Llama  (Available)

- Sheep  (Available)

Sell Alpaca Beans (aka Natural Fertilizer)

-Alpaca beans have all 3 of the main nutrients in chemical fertilizers (nitrogen, phosphorus and Potash). All 3 are in lesser amounts so you do not need to worry about burning your plants when you put alpaca beans directly on them. Alpaca beans also have other nutrients like calcium, magnesium and sulphur that your plants need.

-Alpaca beans are great for plants, shrubs, trees and vegetable plants.

-Organic gardeners constantly work to improve the health of their soil, Alpacas do this job for us. They are nature’s composters. They have an efficient digestive system. They do not give seeds any opportunity to germinate.
-Alpaca Beans do not have to be aged, cured or composted. They will not "burn" the plants, shrubs, trees and vegetable plants it comes in contact with and can be applied easily. It is lower in organic matter content than the manure from most other barnyard livestock (cows, horses, goats, and sheep), and does not have to be composted. This lower organic content allows the alpaca beans to be spread directly onto plants without burning or hurting them.

-Available year round

-Call for price quotes and pick up times.


Tours are given on Sunday afternoons by appointment only.

To schedule a tour please us a call.


-Interested in volunteering?


  Positions available for Summer 2020

* Watering assistant

  - clean water troughs weekly.

* Animal socialization 

  - spend time with individual animals to help socialize them

* - clean up fields (manure)

- pick up limbs

* Chicken Tenderer

- feed chickens

- collect eggs

- clean cages

- Build fences