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Amish Whitewashing: Mixing whitewash to paint the inside of the chicken coop. Its non-toxic, and kills bacteria insects. Its not a paint, its a water, salt, hydrated lime solution that you apply yearly.
pinner says, "We built this poop board under our roost as an after thought. We wanted to maximize use of space by adding the "chicken jail" below that. We use it for transitioning new or young chickens into the group, broodies, injured, etc.