Every year lately I make a big batch or two of potting soil – it saves quite a lot of money and it’s more convenient than working with a bunch of awkward leaky plastic bags. Plus I know what goes into it.
This is the rig that I use to screen compost – it works very well and is built out of scrap lumber and a piece of 1/2″ by 1″ galvanized wire mesh left over from building some rabbit cages.
The last time I painted the garage roof I gave my retired commercial wheel barrow a nice thick coating with the last bit of roof paint to keep from having leftovers. It’s ugly, but it keeps it from rusting.
Just work your compost around with a hoe and pull the big pieces off the back. Toss them back on to the compost pile when you finish. » Read more: Potting Soil From Compost