I have my run covered up pretty well but with this last storm we had it got pretty soggy. I saw today when I did some cleaning that some of the feed that was on the ground had begun to mold which is NOT good. That can make them pretty sick right? I dont remember having a problem with this last year. Anyway, I am moving their food inside the coop for the time being where its dry. I had to scrape down quite a ways to get the soggy feed up off of the ground, man it was stinky. I put two to three inches of pine shavings on the ground inside the run, it usually works pretty well but we got a TON of water in a very small amount of time. There was about 18 inches of water on one of the streets just down a ways from my house. Anyway has anyone else ever had this problem in the winter and what was your fix? Im wondering if I should make a little concrete area inside the run or just put the food inside when it gets super wet. Man I hate winter.