This is hopefully my newest supplier of compost. Horse farm here in town, directly across, and surrounding, the smaller farm that I already have an agreement with. You can only see the tip of the iceberg from the road. Yeah, I originally said they had about 20 or so horses... try over 100. They breed them, HIGH dollar horses. Look at that pile of sh%#! This is going to take a while... The first pic is the pile, the ground is a constant slope, except you might notice that it looks flat in the picture. That is because it is. I don't know the measurements but you get out there to the far end and we figured it was a good 15' to the ground. And I think you may get an idea of how wide. Then the stuff is just kind of scattered. There is a smaller, older pile off to the left that is finished and ready to go... no telling what we will find underneath it all, I am hoping on the edges there will be more finished stuff I can take right away. We shall see, again, so far it looks like everything is going to be done for free, may have to pay for some off road diesel and that is it. The second pic is our first site to make a pile. That is the small area. They have power lines down the edge of the property about 100' away. The plan is to have piles going down that whole power line. Hey Tree! Do compost piles have any run off issues? My friend said there was a stream in the wood line he was worried about having run off get into. Told him I would ask yall. Thanks.