Midwest Companies’ Client Testimonials
“Do not hesitate to go here fro your organic compost needs! Will update review after I see results, but the Manager, Louie, was one of the most genuine people I’ve talked to at a business in awhile. I called about compost, and we ended up having a long conversation about sustainable agriculture practices and why conventional farming is destroying our land. This place smelled amazing, like Earth, and Nature, and the smell of organic material decomposing is wonderful when you begin to understand and work with, not against nature. We pulled right into the yard, they were turning the compost, and no one was gagging. We were all appreciating the hard work going into moving all the composted material around. Do not hesitate to do business with this respectable company! Loui even followed up with me to make sure everything went smooth with picking it up.” Michael Stahulak
“The compost is a clean material that is consistent and easy to spread with my manure spreader. I feel it is a great input to use as part of my Nutrient Management Plan. It is the least expensive input available to me , and I have recommended Midwest Material Management’s compost to other farmers.” Matt Busse – Busse Farms, Waterman IL.
“I had compost spread on top of a hill on my field that was lacking soil nutrients, and the crop was not growing well. The following year, there was a significant increase in my soybean yield, the beans were all the way up the stalk and the beans were taller. The compost works very well conditioning the soil along with its added benefits to the crop. I plan to spread compost on the remaining part of my field.” Dan Schultz – Bristol, IL.
Facts & Benefits: Resource conservation
Applying just 2″ of compost in lieu of the traditional 6″ of topsoil, which is typically of unknown origin and quality, reduces project material cost by up to 2/3! The compost will provide additional benefits as mentioned earlier on this page, that some commercial topsoil just cannot offer.