What type storage bins do you use to store ALL the different bags of feed, scratch, oyster shell, etc??? PLUS DE (which I haven't ordered yet) Can you post pictures of what you use? I was thinking about ordering 3 -4 of these bins to stack up tall... do you think it will work ok? http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=9606596 There is free shipping if I choose the ship to nearest store. I have a Morgan shed that these 3 of those big 50 lb bags are just sitting on the floor taking up space and I want to tidy up, and find a better storage solution that will keep bugs out and avoid any mice or rat problems, and I like the stackable part, IF it will work and hold up 3 high like I'm hoping for. The other thing I'm noticing is sitting in the original bags that the layer pellets are partly breaking down (probably due to high humidity here in the deep south) to a dust like consistancy and the chickens only eat the pellets ( but I can make a wet mash out of the powder which they devour), but I'm concerned with spoilage. For my rabbit feed we have ONE Medium size metal trash can (purchased for rabbit food specifically) and that works great for a 50 lb bag but it kind of wastes space since it only gets half full with a new bag. I sometimes store excess timothy hay in bags in extra space but it's easy to lift out. The rabbit food does NOT break down in this can but it is a harder consistency.. and the metal can DOES seem to keep out pests and the food stays fresh. It's just not as efficent to get more cans I think because I'd need 3-4 more of those and would eat up more floor space. Any advice is appreciated. Just curious to see how the rest of you store all these chicken supplies.