Well, ever since I've owned chickens, I've always used straw as their bedding, no problems so far. Unfortunately, during the winter I'm likely to see temperatures in the teens, so I was wondering if pine shavings might lock in more heat and be more comfortable during this time? My coop has a dirt floor (directly on the ground). Also, drainage in my coop is somewhat terrible after heavy rainstorms Big puddles all over the place which I continually have to drain during the rainy season. Straw seems to soak up a bit of the water, but do pine shavings work better? One last thing: with pine shavings, are the chickens more likely to make a feast out of it? Thanks in advance!