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Is "Barn Lime" the same as other lime?

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I'm trying to find a cost-effective source for lime.
Tractor supply has Barn Lime at $3. https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/produ ... -50-lb-bag
{waukesha barn lime"

to answer properly, what is lime? Other than the fruit when someone says lime with no other specificationall that really means is calcium. That's it.

we take for granted lime = lawn lime= calcium carbonate. But depending on context lime can also means calcium oxide and calcium hydroxide (i.e hydrated lime for mortar mix} which is more reactive with acids... so conceivable u could go by a 50 lb bag of hydrated lime for $10 and make it work. But don't do that- not cost effective and can easily get skin burns.

barnlime (barn-lime)is only this: some amount of lime (calcium carbonate). There is no hard definition on barnlime, so given acid neutralizing capability there is no spec on it like on "lawn lime" bags with calcium carbonate equivalent (CCE) and effective neutralizing value (ENV). Barnline is not just calcium carbonate it is often also some amount of sand and quartz mixed in(which further reduce ENV which is what lawn people want). Barnlime is for the barn (horses & livestock) to throw down to help clean and remove smell.

My tractor supply in CT does not carry waukesha brand (that i know of) but currently has pennsy "barn-grip". Waukesha brand is probably only available in a certain part of the country at tractor supply stores. Mine in CT has pennsy barngrip. You'll probably see some other brand. The key point is it is barnlime or barngrip. Note that the waukesha brand label as shown on the internet says non-slipping. barnlime / barngrip, basically the same thing. It has more emphasis on the sand and quartz and whatever grit mixed in for traction, and it's intendeded use is in a wet smelly muddy environment like barns and horse stables. Tractor supply website shows waukesha brand non-slippingbarnlime, You do NOT want this or any other barnline for your lawn to adjust pH or increase calcium. If it gritty like beach sand. Problem with barnlime is it will have much less calcium carbonate, and likely no magesium. and be much less effective at adjusting soil pH versus a "lawn lime". It is not water soluble and it would be like dumping beach sand in your yard. i'm sure you could spread one 50 lb bag of barnlime in 1,000 sqft of your level 3 wriggly field yard and not hurt anything, but it would also probably not affect anything and be a waste of money even if it were $1 for 50lb bag. Barnlime / barngrip is most putting throwing down on concete in the barn that is wet from mud and urine, and somewhat on the muddy earth (where you might sink to your ankle) just outside the door.

you said "$3" at your tractor supply, mine has barnlime for $3.19 not including tax. depot/lowes generally has 40 lb bag of pulverized (powder)soil doctor lawn limefor I think ~$3.50 per 40 lb bag, and the corresponding pelletized soil doctor is ~$5.50 per 40 lb bag. I just found $2.99 per 50 lb bagof powered lawn lime at a local garden center, it was Nesco brand. I think the pulverized/powered bagged lime is going to be most cost effective, but you really need a drop spreader ($60) to put it down because the typical broadcast spreaders will cause a big dust cloud. the pelletized lawn limes work fine with a broadcast spreader but my better judgement tells me don't believe all the hype on the label or on the internet. pelleted lime is the pulverized lime (calcium carbonate) mixed with some binder to make it a solid granule to use in a spreader, so much of the weight of pellet lime is the binder not the calcium carbonate that you want. typical application is 50 lbs lawn lime per 1,000 sqft, these fancy label 30lb bags of pellet lime that cover 5,000 sqft are ridiculous. given my looking around I think the depot/lowes at < $4 per 40 lb bag of pulverized lime or < $6 for pelletized is very cost effective (considering your time, time of day, and gas driving around)

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Details. Lime Barnlime neutralizes soil acid is great anywhere you want to strengthen your soil. NOTE: Brand may vary by store. Please check your Tractor Supply Company store for availability.


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Also to know is, does Tractor Supply have lime?

Lime Barnlime, 50 lb. Bag at Tractor Supply Co.

Beside above, is Barn Lime the same as ag lime? Barn Lime (also referred to by some as, Ag Lime or Dairy Lime) has essentially zero, zilch, nada, ability to remove ammonia and odors. Barn lime is simply crushed up limestone, or Calcium Carbonate. Hydrated lime is very caustic, toxic and hazardous to handle and breathe.

Herein, how much does a bag of lime cost?

Bagged lime usually costs between $2.60 and $3.50 per bag depending on the brand and/or place of purchase.

How much is a ton of pelletized lime?

1 ton of Super Cal 98 spread at 1 ton per acre would be $140.00 per ton for the lime $6.00 per acre spreading $146.00 per acre.

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Does Tractor Supply have lime?

Lime Barnlime, 50 lb. Bag at Tractor Supply Co.

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Also know, is Barn Lime the same as ag lime?

Barn Lime (also referred to by some as, Ag Lime or Dairy Lime) has essentially zero, zilch, nada, ability to remove ammonia and odors. Barn lime is simply crushed up limestone, or Calcium Carbonate. Hydrated lime is very caustic, toxic and hazardous to handle and breathe.

Secondly, how much does a 50 pound bag of lime cover? Solu-Cal Enhanced Calcitic Lime, 50 Lb. Covers up to 10,000 Sq. Ft.

Additionally, how much does a bag of lime cost?

Bagged lime usually costs between $2.60 and $3.50 per bag depending on the brand and/or place of purchase.

What kind of lime is barn lime?

Barn lime is crushed up limestone – also known as Calcium Carbonate. It's used to prevent the smell of ammonia build-up and odors in barns and stalls.

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