So, I've decided to go with sand....I'm confused with the idea of using a cat sand scoop for it...that just sounds like it's going to kill my back lmaooooo. If you use sand, could you show me pics of what you use to scoop it???
The kitty litter scooper is good for inside a small raised house part of a coop... or in more up right parts of a big coop like poo trays or shelves but for big floor areas I would get a small rake and a scooper with a handle if you want to save the back. Like this dogey poo one or you could get a small sturdier garden rake and a more heavy duty upright dust pan. There are also kiddie garden tools that might work well in coop cleaning........... posting pictures of what I mean. I have a brick floor currently. We are redesigning our coop... but the little garden rake is one tool I use... the part of the redesign is to build coops that are bigger walk ins versus little hard to clean ones. Save the back when ever possible.