I have 10 chantecler standars (12 weeks old) and 2 bantam cochins (14 weeks old) in my coop. Its an 8x8 foot wood shed with an 8 foot ceiling. There in a 6x8 inch vent on one wall and a large chicken access door on the same side, as well as a window. I'm using the deep litter method, but the litter is damp all the time, I turn it at least twice a week (although this week i'm doing it once a day) i'm using pine shavings its at least 8 inches deep now, and they've only been in the coop since end of november. They really don't go outside, its quite cold all day and night as well we have two feet of snow Why can't I get the litter to stay dry? I haven't spilled any water on it. What can I do to get it to stay dry? HELP!