This has been an issue that has been bothering me for quite awhile. I've been trying to get my aerated compost bins for my horse manure finished for 3 years now. But even my sons didnt get it. Now the Ukraine war and nitrogen fertiliser prices have doubled, even tripled. So my manure is suddenly valuable. The neighbour finally agreed to spread it, but he mixed it with a pile of construction dirt that contained huge rocks. Now the hay guy cut about half the field and refuses to continue because the rocks will break his machine. Wo the cut grass being turned 3 times to dry and then baled it just rots. Enough to feed my herd for about 6 mos... Trying desperately to find either old equipment or a solution here. In the UK those preserving draft horses are using them for farming again. Ireland hasn't even begun that journey back to sustainable multi-solutions for farming. Argghh. Anyway please have a listen to Sadhguru. This really is the most important issue out there.