Like everyone else in the southeast, it seems that we've had more rain in the last four weeks than we had all last year. With this being the first time Ive had a flock of chickens in a coop, Im freaking out over the the dampness in the coop. I mean I have a concrete floor that I poured for them a week before the rains started and it had hardened. But the issue is that with the rain moisture started to collect on the wooden walls and condensed under the pine shavings. There isnt standing water, but in the corners of the coop you can definitively tell that the pine shavings are really moist. Then today I dropped a gallon waterer in the coop ! I raked the shavings as much as I could. Do I need to lay down more shavings or scoop out what I have and add fresh shavings ? I have a hanging feeder and waterer so Im good there. But is a damp coop bad for a chicken in the short run ?