I don't remember what thread it was where someone wanted to see a picture of the chicken guano stalagmites that develop in my coop in the wintertime. They are essentially icebergs of poop. I break them loose as large chunks of frozen, odor free, fertilizer, and dump them in my compost bin with my mittened hands, and then throw in some fresh shavings. Here's the pictures I promised to come up with. This is what my coop looks like at zero degrees when the chickens are partying... This is a picture of "Chickbert" inspecting the stalagmite created by my Speckled Sussex hen, "Inspector" The Stalgmite comes up quite high on her chest, as you can see! This is after I cleaned picked up the chunk and pitched it, and gave them some fresh shavings. This is Albert the Australorp and Wyatt the Wyandotte Happy New Year everyone!