Work out your prevailing wind then move it down wind but into an area that gets full sun.
Invest in a number of 44 gallon black plastic drums and by cutting an opening in one end and hinging it, plus a few air holes around both ends of the drum you can make compost. Place it on rollers as it has to be turned daily and it needs to get to 40 degrees to work properly and have 10 gallons of material in it to generate the heat required.
The compost is ready every 3 weeks and because of the heat should be clear of weed seeds. Sell it, or spread it back onto your land. If it is working well it does not smell. If the compost does not heat up you will have to find out why, and it will still have viable seeds in it. It generally needs green cuttings to get started like grass and some moisture.
Then there is always the option of having minature horses, less Poo. One of the problems with horse manure is it contains seed and that will spread weeds. Continued weeding of ones veg patch is not a nice pastime
Last edited by Stan; 11-02-2013 at 02:55 PM.