We've decided we'll use the deep litter method in the new coop. Will 6" or so be enough depth to account for the shavings or does it need to be deeper? I can put a barrier in front of the walk door without any trouble but too big of a barrier in front of the pop door will block too much of it (which is why we settled on sand in our current coop). I'd rather put the pop door up high enough in the first place to allow the depth we need. eta: is linoleum or paint on the floor ok for this? The coop will be raised about 6" off the ground and have a wood floor but I can either paint it or put down linoleum if I can find the right size remnant for not too much $$. eta again: if we have wall mounted feeders do I need to worry about the varying floor depth? Do I need to make them adjustable or something or do they adapt? Or maybe put bricks in when it's low and take them away when it's higher? How deep does it really get?