I started a pigeon loft about a year ago. As you can imagine, I am collecting my fair share of poop. Since I keep my birds very healthy, the poop is of very good quality, odorless and loafy (my birds get probiotics and all kinds of other nutrition, they are spoiled). I clean the loft daily and dump the poop in a 5 gal bucket. A few times a year I scatter the poop, about 1/4-1/3 of a 5 gal bucket worth, over my 10'x10' vegetable garden and mix it all in pretty evenly with a rake. I am wondering if this is too much nutrients for my soil, or not enough? Would it be better for me to add it to my soil as a tea by soaking it over night, straining and just adding the water to my soil? Really just generally looking for advice on dos and don'ts for this. I know there is a such thing as too much. This bird poop is super potent, it is odorless when I clean it up but after a month of sitting in the bucket it develops a very strong ammonia odor. Thanks in advance.