Putting it bluntly: urban gardeners are silly for not also having urban chickens.
It turns out nitrogen-rich chicken poop isn't the only way that urban chickens rock the compost pile.
According to an (otherwise mediocre) article in the Columbia Missorian:
A study found that a hen can consume about 7 pounds of food scraps a month, or about 84 pounds a year.
"If a city had 2,000 households with three hens or more each, that translates to 252 tons of biomass that's diverted from landfills,"
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