I am replenishing my free-ranging flock in the spring and am curious what the best setup is for providing 'scraps'. Previously my girls (all layers) ate only what they found, plus layer feed and scratch (and dried meal worms as treats). I would like to raise my new chicks to eat more 'leftovers' but was wondering what setup works best for this? A bucket or trough? In the coop or in the yard? Just scattering the food? Also, do people bring the food in at night? I had read that things like extra fresh fish (legal size but 'untasty' species) are great to give the birds, but am concerned about how to reduce attracting predators (or even just rodents etc.) Finally, it seems that people do a lot of 'prep' with their food (chopping, cooking, sometimes even adding spices!), and I would prefer something a little more low maintenance (i.e., give scraps to chickens instead of compost heap). Thanks!