"First Saturday Lime was a game changer for my family! We were using barn lime when our chickens got chicken mites, so we needed a safe way to treat them and avoid them in the future. We saw First Saturday Lime on Shark Tank and decided we'd dive in too. I have to say hands down First Saturday Lime is the best insect repellent and best lime powder out there! We now use First Saturday Lime for our chicken coops, chicken dust baths, around the house for insect prevention, and in our horse water troughs so we don't have to scrub them all the time. The best part though is how First Saturday Lime eliminates the chicken coop smell!!"
"I have had a 'black thumb' for as long as I can remember. I put this in the soil when I planted my plants and they are doing AWESOME! I also use it on my lawn to keep pests down and keep the grass from turning yellow where my dog goes potty! I love that this is a 100% natural product and safe for my fur baby. I'll definitely be buying more!"
Ways to Use
Use as a plant insect repellent by dusting plants with First Saturday Lime to treat infestations or apply lime directly around plant.
Use as a home insect repellent by applying First Saturday Lime around perimeter of homes, garages, and any other building to prevent all insects with an exoskeleton (ie: ants, mites, ticks, fleas, cockroaches).
Use as a lawn insect repellent by using a yard spreader on the lowest setting, spreading 1lb of First Saturday Lime per 20 sq ft across a lawn for prevention of fleas and ticks.
Use as a chicken insect repellent, chicken odor eliminator, and reduce chicken coop moisture by sprinkling 1/8" of First Saturday Lime across bedding. Product can be used on top or under mats.
Use as an algae and mosquito repellent by applying 1/8" of First Saturday Lime evenly over the surface of the water.
Why We Lime
We are a family that loves being outside. Since we were kids, we have always had animals to chase after, gardens to tend, and fields to run around in. Now that we have kids of our own, we want to make sure those experiences continue in a way that’s safe for them, and safe for the environment.