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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by poultrygeist, Sep 20, 2009.
What to put in the coop to aid with trimming nails and honing beaks
The natural grit in typical soil will do the job, especially if you add some sand or gravel which is helpful in many cases to combat mud *anyway*. As long as they can scratch and peck around in a decent area of ground, they'll be fine.
GOod luck, have fun,
I think the fact that their covered run has round river stone as the floor would maybe do the job. I give some credence to the term "all cooped up" and they might need to manicure in house during the cold winter months!