What do you do with your compostable goods that are not chicken safe? I have been throwing all my egg shells, (the ones I don't dry and crush, anyway,) onion and garlic skins / ends, potato peels, dried beans, and coffee grounds into a separate bin, a large cat litter lidded plastic container. Once that was full, I figured everything inside was pretty well nasty and unappealing enough, so I turned my compost pile, dug a big hole in it, deposited my gross bin worth of unsafe chicken stuff into the bottom of it, and covered it all up with the compost heap. It was at least 2 feet down. That was yesterday morning. They seemed to leave it alone, or at least only attack the top of it, all day yesterday. Well, today, I look out my window this afternoon, and they are all on the compost pile, and they have dug the crap out of it! They have obviously been at it for some time, and I can see the egg shells that I had thought I had buried deeply enough, so surely all those other things have surfaced, too. It's obviously too late to anything about that, I am just watching them and hoping to hell none of them get ill, but in the future, what should I do? Bury it in a farther away, completely different spot? They will more than likely follow me anywhere I go, especially if I am carrying a bucket, so how far do I really have to dig for them not to get at it? I would not like to throw compostable foodstuffs in the trash, obviously.