Ok, so... Is it just me or is composting complicated? Lol. I know duck poop is good for compost but I'm not sure I'll ever understand how it's done. But I was thinking... If I have it why not use it. So here's my questions... When my ducks poop in their pool can I poor that directly onto my vegetables as water/fertilizer? I know some poop is to acidic for that. But is duck poop ok? And is it safe for root vegetables also? Right now I'm using pine shavings for bedding. I don't think I'll ever do the deep litter method. When I clean out the shavings can I put those around my bushes and trees as mulch/fertilizer? Or will that cause the plants to have a nitrogen deficiency while the shavings are breaking down? I wouldn't mind composting it but... Unless someone can explain it to me SIMPLY I don't get it. There are so many different types of compost and so many different ratios of nitrogen and carbon and whatever. It's all so confusing.