Wait, is it really okay to compost any food I have?
yeah, good call.. I goto the community bioconversion centre in town where they have compost piles that are 30-40feet tall and 200 yards long. At the bottom of each if you dig around with your shovel a bit you'll find a number of complete animal skeletons ;- ). If you've got a industrial grinder, you can make a nice fine bonemeal, which my friend in town has done a # of times.
Brenda Groth wrote:
i generally ..if I can't feed it to the animals, dig a hole and bury it...also do that with animal carcasses etc..in the garden as they'll feed the soil as they rot
The smell that attracts all those "unwanted" visitors/animals, is really attracting more fertilizer.