I take it you don't mean a system a bit like crop rotation. My
sister-in-law has a slope on her land in the PNW that was covered with
native berry bushes. She fenced off a section of it and moved her goats
into the area. After a season they had trimmed the berry bushes to the
ground and pulled out a significant amount of the roots. They also
uncovered a very old piece of farming equipment no one knew was there.
In the process they fertilized the square nicely. She planted a garden
in the area for a while and it did great. The last time I visited it
was fenced off again and she had a sheep there. The sheep keeps the
square well trimmed.
If you mean lots of manure do you have a reason to think it needs to be
treated any differently than cow or sheep manure? Composting should
work fine. It works fine my sister-in-law for her sheep manure at
least. Toss it together with grass and other trimmings then the usual
composting process when the pile gets sizable. It should work the same
as for goat manure.
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