We used sawdust and wood shavings from a cabinet shop under our chicken
roost 40 years ago with great success. Leave it lay there, the chickens
scratch in it for tidbits and it self-composts in place. Once a month,
or sooner, we would haul it over to the compost heap. Occasionally, if
we were very busy it would go straight to the fallow part of the garden
and get turned under. With chicken manure you have to make certain is is
no longer hot or it will burn the crop. Rabbit manure, in my experience,
can be put straight into the garden with no problems.
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