Hi all, been reading all the past flooded posts, and getting good ideas on how to prevent future flooding, but still unsure what to do with the immediate problem of all the wet shavings in the run. The run is covered 20x8 area on dirt with a deep litter floor with coarse pine shavings until the 3 inches of water that became the new run floor this morning. We added dirt to the run to raise it up and working on rerouting the water. What should we do with the already wet material? Cover it with dirt then add new shavings? Shovel out all the wet muck and add more dirt and shavings? Will the soaked shavings mold or dry out and continue its composting circle of life? Any fellow soaked chicken owners pls give some advice, I am just not sure what is the best way to deal with this mess, I have never lived in such a rainy climate. Moved from SoCal last year to Oregon (South of Salem). Talk about total opposites. Anyway, thanks for any input!