PLEASE HELP! I have this terrible little hutch set-up for my hens. I have 3 hens. Picture of hutch is attached. Every morning, I go out to the hutch and let out my babies (they free-range all day, every day). I quickly pick out any poop from the pine shavings i use in their house and replace the lost shavings with fresh ones. I replace their water, top up their food and then walk away. I do this every day and it takes 5-10 minutes total. Because their hutch is so small and they are in it all night, every night, it gets kind of "icky" pretty quickly. Once a week, I actually move the hutch, rake and scoop out the sand and D.E. that I have laid out underneath the hutch, and top up with new D.E. Then I empty the whole hutch out, wash thoroughly with soapy vinegar water, put down baking soda and D.E. and then, once it is dry, I replace all shavings with fresh shavings. I take the attitude that if I can smell their house, it needs to be cleaned. I want to keep it dry, warm, clean, cozy and safe. So, now that you have seen the actual coop/hutch photo (taken today while it was empty and drying during a weekly deep-clean), I have some questions for the experienced chicken owners out there... 1. Am I being TOO meticulous about how I clean? Or too frequent? 2. In order to keep this little hutch clean, I have to keep the routine I have. Because it is so small. This is working for me right now but how on earth do I do this sort of thing come winter? 3. In winter, they will be in there all day and night, right?...if I have to clean this frequently NOW, how often will I have to do it in the winter?? 4. Is this little set up even safe for my chickens in the winter? It seems like it won't be warm enough and certainly not big enough, either. 5. How on earth can I expect this birds to spend all day and night in there all winter when they are so used to being free? If anyone can please help me, that would be wonderful!