OK, as you all know we can get a good source of materials from horse farms, chicken farms, etc, etc. But... what happens when you are in a position like myself where I can't really haul the stuff off for people due to the fact that I have no place to put it. I have already spoken with a couple horse farms in my immediate area and have vaguely mentioned the thought of leaving it on site to compost and then hauling it once it is finished. One didn't seem to mind, the other didn't think that would work to well. I myself do not see what the problem is other than they would rather have it hauled off than keep it where it is. I do see however how this could turn in to more of a nuisance for the clients than they would like added to their already full plate. What would be your suggestions? I am also currently researching areas to get large black drain pipes to compost in being it will be much cleaner and contained that I should be able to use in the rear of my property. Would I just go and get what I need from the people and leave it at that or has someone found the right things to say by having the people allow you to compost it on site? I can't wait until I can afford an area to do this in outside of my backyard. But that is part of owning a new business, you do what you can.