Hey there folks. I've been doing a ton of research in order to build a duck house. When I came across deep litter I liked the idea, but there doesn't seem to be much info on it in regards to ducks. I read the thread at... https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/does-deep-litter-method-really-work-for-ducks.850382/ but that thread is 5 years old, and most of the members are no longer active. I wrote @Miss Lydia to see if she still used the method, to which she does. She also suggested starting this thread, so here I am. While reading through... https://www.backyardchickens.com/threads/deep-litter-method.70/ I noticed a few people added their own touch to the process, (DE, yearly, semi-yearly, so on). However most of it was directly for chicken. (It's 245 pages, sorry if I missed a duck chunk). I'd love to hear who does it, if you have any special touches, and generally how you feel about it. I find it to be a bit fascinating myself. Duck waste compost is one of the biggest benefits to me of having the ducks. However I've been cleaning the hay/shavings every couple of days and it's a bit of pain, even for the compost benefit. Anyways, topic is up for discussion (hopefully )... What are your opinions?