Making a slurry to treat seeds is very simple. Fill a 5 gallon bucket about half full with compost. Add 1 Tablespoon of molasses to a cup of warm milk to mix us an adhesive to bind the compost to the seed with. Pour this milk/molasses mixture into the bucket with compost along with enough water to make a slurry that has the consistency of pancake batter (see video for consistency). Add 1 quart of this mixture to a 50# bag of seed and tumble in a cement mixer for 2 minutes and then remove from the mixer and plant wet if possible, if not spread the seeds out on a tarp in the shade and allow to dry. It is better to plant wet but sometimes planting equipment does not allow this option.