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  1. bison69001

    bison69001 Hatching

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  2. barnaclebob

    barnaclebob Chirping

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    probably not necessary at the backyard size
     
  3. bison69001

    bison69001 Hatching

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    I have poop boards under my roost, but the younger chicks nested on floor! Thought about using it on floor of coop in the wood chips! Preventive maintenance type deal. Just wondering if anybody else had tried it.
     
  4. aart

    aart Chicken Juggler! Premium Member 5 Years

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    My Coop
    If you read the MSDS it's a biological culture...but it doesn't tell you what bacteria.
    The 'product benefits' they list look negligible.
    Spraying anything wet on litter is contraindicative to me, you want your coop bedding to be dry.

    It might be beneficial if you were culturing a composting or soil growth system and really knew what you were doing.......otherwise it's just snake oil, I wouldn't bother or waste my money.
     

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