For direct to consumer sales: Chipboard packaging available for Four popular seed starting CowPots sizes, #3 Square, #3 Six cell, #3 Round and #4 Square are available in chipboard retail packaging.
Full cases include 12 packaged units. Each package provides POP and a UPC code.
100% Plastic Free
What plastic alternatives are you offering to your customers?
We began manufacturing CowPots as a way to better manage the nutrient rich cow manure on our farm. Manure is a renewable resource, produced on our farm everyday. CowPots are a real contender to plastic as a true, biodegradable alternative. CowPots are 'the pots you plant' and your customers will be left with nothing to throw away when they transplant their seedlings. Available as both retail packs or in bulk wholesale pots, we have a size and a quantity to match your needs.
Plastic Alternative, Peat Free & RENEWABLE
"They pretty much sell themselves…Every year we've sold about 15% more CowPots than the year prior."
- Bob Twing, True Value
How to order CowPots?
Order directly from our Warehouse (CowPots Wholesale Store) or buy from one of our distributors:
- Summit Responsible Solutions
- Bradley Caldwell
- Grower's Nursery Supply, Inc.
- Griffin Greenhouse Supplies
- True Value
Want to receive a sample?
We are happy to provide you with sample CowPots. Send an email to email@example.com with the size and quantity you desire. We will process within the week of MANTS.
What's your best selling retail pack?
The #3 Six Cell 3 pack offers 18 planting cells and is the most economical pack option. This size is best suited for seeds that germinate quickly or cold season varieties. A great plastic alternative for your gardening customers.
I already sell peat pots, how are these different?
- Peat bogs take 100 years to regenerate.
- CowPots are manufactured in the US by American farmers using renewable energy and ingredients.
- Once planted, CowPots break down in one growing season whereas peat pots take much longer to biodegrade. A study comparing bio pots found that 3 months after transplanting, just 12% of the CowPot remained intact while 80% of the peat and fertil pots were still intact.