Theoretically, oxygen is the pivot of the process of poultry manure composting because of its ability to sustain the reproduction and activities of compost bacteria. Without it, you will have a static compost pile that ferments for at least half a month. Therefore, composting of poultry manure is actually a process of aerobic fermentation.
There are 3 methods that fall into the category of aerobic composting, namely, windrow composting poultry litter, pit composting for poultry litter and in-vessel composting for poultry waste. Despite their differing procedures for composting, these methods aim to create a benign environment for aerobic bacteria to break down organic matter quickly, which will accelerate the process of composting. But, how to make a choice between them? Which one is just right for you?