A huge pile chicken manure
I found a Amish source locally to me that is throwing out a huge amount of chicken manure. I've never had this opportunity before. I've sprinkled some over our garden in the fall, and various applications for composting.
However, now that we have this source, I'm looking for ways to use it to make a lot more live soils. It comes at the right time, because we are short of greens.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Our largest source of browns is woodchips, and we can get loads of it as well. Has any one just tried putting chicken manure in woodchips to break it down faster? If so, I shall appreciate your feedback and details of what to do and look out for.
Thank you in advance!