No, I wouldn’t put that fresh manure in the soil, maybe next year, after letting it break down a bit. I recommend getting that soil test, so you don’t put down unnecessary amendments. I wish had done that before I planted those trees in the back orchard, that soil is poor, so I’ve had to try to make up for it with ferts and lime.
We have lots of older horse manure in the barn that I should be taking advantage of. I’m sure it’s broken down now, and not hot.
The place I have a lot of my fruit trees (6 apple, 5 pear and 2 peach) is just below the barn. It used to be where the horse and cows pastured in the past, so it is very nice soil. I did soil tests on it last year, and I hardly had to add anything to it, other than some lime, as the pH was a little low.
We had a garden there last year, and the tomatoes and peppers did great there. We also just threw out some pumpkin seed and we ended up with about a dozen decent sized pie pumpkins.
The fruit trees all seem to like it there, especially a Pineapple pear that’s grown from a 4ft whip to about a 12ft monster in about two years. A 5ft Winesap is now about 10ft tall as well. I’m thinking if putting my 3 pluot trees that are coming in March over there also.
Too bad the other plots aren’t as rich as that one. The ones up the hill from there are acidic (pH=5), so I had to throw down lots of lime, and some fertilizer. I put over 600# of lime down on just 5 plots! Now the pH of all those plots are at least 6.0.