Yeah, Sunday I did a quick cleanup, removing poop and changing out the hay and droppings on the shelves that most of the group likes to roost on.
I've learned if I put down fresh hay, the droppings kind of hold it together and it comes off in one big disgusting mat, which I then go lay down in the garden. By spring it has broken down. I won't do that after February for fear of burning the plants.
Goldie was ready to come out of the kennel at 4 am when I turned on her tiny light. I will be able to let her out tomorrow for some "recreational time".
Do you use hay under the roosts? It seems easier to clean than wood chips.
It seems that Goldie is perking up more? Are you still keeping her separate from the flock?
Edited by scandiafowl - 12/22/15 at 6:21am