Dried/composted manure from biogas
We are in Vermont where a lot of cow manure is used to generate methane that helps power our grid. How cool is that? The byproduct is dried, aged manure that is free of seeds and fluffy as good peat. I have read various academic articles noting that the nutrient levels in the compost remain high, though a lot of carbon is lost.
Question: I can get this material for $35 a cubic yard. Anyone have experience with this? The manure is not organic, but the farm is responsibly run. I plan to use the compost in various garden projects, both food and non-food.