Sometimes I read suggestions to give chickens access to compost so they can eat any good scraps, dig for bugs, and turn the compost (while adding delightful poop to the pile). Other times I read that chickens shouldn't be given kitchen scraps of anything going bad, which is going to happen in a compost pile, whether the scraps are decent when you put them out or not. Is it a great idea--or iffy at best--to give chickens access to the compost? What about composting the chicken bedding, particularly if you use wood chips? Will the wood take longer to decompose than the usual stuff I throw in the compost (leaves, weeds, kitchen scraps)? Anyone have genius designs for incorporating compost bins into the chicken run (if, in fact, it's a good idea to do so) such that the chickens stay safe while the compost stays accessible? TIA!