There's the green compost heap in the corner of the garden where I toss all recently-yanked weeds not fit for caprine consumption:
The golden brown of new wasted hay next to the black of semi-composted hay about to go into one of the larger piles or onto the recently planted sweet potatoes:
And two of the goats waiting to add "material" to the area right in front of the barn:
I usually clean out this spot four times a year and add it directly to the garden beds. I think I may just fill a few 5-gallon buckets up with the stuff and plant something right in it. I'm pretty sure Susan said that she was going to plant (or already has) directly into her bucket o' llama beans and I'm wondering if I can do the same. I know you can't plant right into horse or chicken manure because it's too hot, but has anyone else planted directly into somewhat fresh rabbit, llama or goat "compost"?
Inquiring minds want to know.