Maggots in Compost Bin
I looked in my compost bin today to stir it about, and I noticed maggots, they look dark in color, but I don't know if that's because of the compost or what have you.
I do not know if this is hazardous (the bin is outdoors), or if this is normal. I turn my compost at least every three days, mostly every other day. I keep the bin closed. Yet there are maggots inside.
Is this healthy for my soil? Are they going to add waste to the compost that will be beneficial. Is this a bad thing?
I tried looking for the answer online, but the threads I've seen turned into debates about whether or not a maggot is always dark or pale in color. I simply want to know if I should be worried that these maggots are in my compost. They look so disgusting, I can't stand it.
My compost has no smell. I've put lots of leaves inside. I'll put more if I have to.
PLEASE, WHAT CAN I DO TO GET RID OF THESE THINGS AND ARE THEY DANGEROUS OR WORRISOME TO BEGIN WITH?
Please let me know. Thanks guys/ladies.