What I did was to take about 4 gallons of fresh horse poop,with a 5 inch aquarium "stone" in the bottom of the bucket and a plastic tube to use for a siphen with a filter on the end, bring the water level up to about two inches from the top and turn the pump on. I let it run for a couple days and then began siphoning some of the liquid. The PH is 7.1. My well water here is 5.3, so it actually brought the PH of my water up. I have used some of this resulting liquid for my greenhouse plants with very good results. It probably still has pathogens so I'm anxious to get the "worm tea" from the wrigglers to spray on my garden veggies. There is a blight sweeping accross this part of the country, taking out heirloom tomatoes. I'm seeing some of the effects on a few of mine, and would hate to lose all of them. The "tea" will not, I'm afraid, be ready in time, though, so I'm starting some seedlings in the greenhouse after sterilizing and fumigating the greenhouse. I notice that the buckets with the rabbit poop are a little lower on the PH scale. I've given a clump of the horsey to my ANs and they went crazy for it. Overnight, all that was left were some thin pieces of straw all over the top, I have three buckets set up as I described in a small room and no smell. You said you were using Molases in the bucket mix. How much?
There were three other groups over there that covered my stuff. I only remember the "Kiel Isles". But that was long ago and when I wasn't a Super Star by the age of 50 I got out, as I had promised myself I would. Now I'm just a retired Tree man, though I occasionally pull out my old Gibson hummingbird and amuse my friends and amaze myself. I really appreciate all the help and insight you have afforded me with my new venture. We can't save the world, but if our little parts of it could talk, they'd probably say "what took you so Damn long?"..lol