I read a lot of the old posts but can't find exactly what I'm looking for so forgive me if I'm bringing up an old topic. I have a good sized run attached to my coop which I rake up weekly and leave as just a dirt floor with some hay scattered on it, mostly for the interest factor for the girls. It isn't a full layer of hay. The coop stays fine; I scrape it out and it is dry and clean but I'm having a problem with the floor of the run. It gets a layer of compacted food, poop, dirt, hay etc. which smells horrible. I have to dig it out periodically, like chunks of sod. What am I doing wrong? It gets especially disgusting around their food and water dispensers and now that we've been getting a little rain here in Arizona and the humidity has gone way up, it's worse than ever. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you!