I read some posts from back in 2007 that discussed using chicken manure on the lawn, but due to changes in the industry have to ask again.Today's commercial chicken growers windrow their litter in the house between batches. They have discovered heating it up kills pathogens. Would I have to age it, or compost it further before I use it? I know several farmers who spread it on pasture without aging it a year and it doesn't burn the grass. I even know a local farmer with a very large operation who brings in 18 wheeler loads for his corn fields. It would be simple and economic for me as I have 30k lawn and two acres of horse pasture to fertilize. I have access to a dump truck and can purchase it for $10/ton. SBM is about to break me.