Oh, and on Amazon, lol
Good luck and keep us posted!
I've read through most of all posts, and I must say I'm convinced sand is the way to go. Our girls are 7 weeks old and have been in the coop/run for the past 3 weeks. I've noticed there is beginning to be a bit of an odor. The run floor right now is grass/dirt (where they've done away with the grass). The run has a roof that is mostly clear and it it protected by woods due west so they get sun in the morning and by 1pm they have good shade. It sounds like sand will allow easier cleaning, less odor and will allow plenty of dust bathing for the chicks. Now to just get some eggs!
Agree with the above.
*poop tray under the roost-clean coop daily with kitty litter scoop.
*covered run, so I have sand in raised coop floor and run. In the winter I cover the run sides with clear plastic about 2/3 of the way up. This keeps the run dry.
*sand is a bit cold in the winter, but in the PNW, this is not a big issue. I have some roosts in the run for them to stand on, if needed.
*sand is COOL in the summer, this is great, since being too hot is their greatest problem.