I have this wonderful problem: I am the proud owner of (to date) 5 full pick up truck loads of completely composted, sweet smelling, rich,aged goat manure. And I can get more too, I just have to work out a time with the owner to pick the rest of the stuff up. I mean this is Premo Stuff. With this much material, I can open up new raised beds. I have a tiller attachment on my tractor to till the ground initially, and I figure that I'll just dump the manure really high (about 12 inches tall) on top of that tilled area. That, of course, means that the veggies will be growing in pretty much 100% completely composted, aged goat manure. Is there a risk of burning the vegetables, growing them in a rich medium like manure that is undiluted by lesser quality dirt? Do I need to add any other amendments (e.g., wood ashes for pH?) I don't have time to send off soil samples to U.T. Thanks in advance for your help.