So I started cleaning out the junk in the shed thats going to be my chicken coop. I pulled out a lot of the old wood and tin that was siding the inside. The floor is actually wooden pallets pieced together, for my coop I'm thinking the deep litter method is the way to go on bare ground. I am planning on not replacing the panels I took off unless I am convinced that I need to insulate it. The shelves I will probably keep and setup as a roost area. The smell in here is kind of musty/skunky, which I just shrugged off as it being old air from the trash and garbage that was left in there for who knows how long. In the process of taking the floor pallets off I ended up uncovering an actual dead skunk. Nothing more then bones, dried skin, and fur so at least I wasnt hit with rot plus skunk. And of course I have a fascination with skulls Does anyone have any ideas of what to use these floor pallets for, besides firewood? Would having them under the roost even in a deep layer been be benefitial? Also does anyone treat or seal the inside of their coops? Or is untreated wood fine?