Damp coop help

Lime is not good to be putting in the coop for dampness....Lime will burn the chickens feet...

Try getting some Dry Stall or DE is good to use for dampness...
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You need to figure out where the dampness is coming from and fix it. Leaky roof or walls, flooding up thru the floor? If not, it's your coop's way of telling you that the chickens need more ventilation
Really truly.


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