Hi All, Having some analysis/paralysis with the poop management issue, hope you can help! I have a very small urban coop, the indoor portion of which measures approximately 4ft x 3ft, and accommodates 3 standard-sized hens. Due to the small size, the roost runs diagonally from corner to corner, and is directly above the walking space on the floor, rather than off to one side. At the moment, the floor of the coop has a bottom layer of pine shavings and a layer of hay above, which allows the droppings to fall through so they are not being directly walked on in the mornings until it gets scooped. I didn't add a tray beneath the roost because sometimes they are already off their roost walking around in the area below before I get to them. I think if I put in a tray, the poop would just be right on top getting stomped in, in a matter of a couple of minutes in such a small area, right? So, I have been scooping every morning, but hunting under the hay for the droppings is a time consuming pain in the butt. What is the best way to manage poop in a small coop to keep chickie feet clean and morning clean-up less tedious? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!