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Chicken Coop Bedding: Sand, the Litter Superstar. [excerpt] "Due to location of our coops at the bottom of a hill, adjacent to wetlands, we have always used sand in our runs. We purchase 2 yards of sand each year at the cost of $15 per yard. It drains brilliantly, which is important to the health of our flock as wet conditions are a breeding ground for coccidiosis. The runs are easy to clean and the sand keeps odors and flies to a minimum." #backyard #chickens #coop #run #mud

Washed, construction grade sand is a better litter choice for the coop and run than play sand. Chicken Coop Bedding: Sand, the Litter Superstar

Sand is becoming a very common coop bedding and it's easy to see why. Sand has so many benefits and when used properly, I think it's a bedding that you wont regret using.

Do you want to enjoy fresh eggs every morning? Keeping backyard chickens is an enjoyable hobby and provides you with fresh eggs every day. To keep your new flock safe from predators and out of the elements, you will need to provide them a chicken coop.

coop bedding

7 Coop Bedding Materials and How to Choose the Right One - Hobby Farms

coop bedding

7 Coop Bedding Materials and How to Choose the Right One - Hobby Farms

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Cleaning the bathtub slip resistant bottom: OMG, it’s like new! Slipguard cleaner and which seems to be a more general purpose cleaner Read more: Cleaning the bathtub slip resistant bottom: OMG, it's like new!