And it is...kind of.
Making compost in a cone bin I find, is a peice of cake.
A tumbling bin, less so. In fact I passed mine on to a work colleague as I had so little success. He however, has been so brilliant at making the chocolate old that his has worms blissfully at home there. In a tumbler.
Go figure, because it's beyond my ken.
Anyhow, now is the time to get into the weeding, shred newspapers, kitchen waste the chooks don't eat, along with a healthy does of their fertiliser and use it to make some great compost.
Your veggies, fruit trees and herbs will love it and their bounty will taste simply fantastic.