Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Cleaning the chicken coop poop.



The coop
The poop


the rake the bucket

Tarren high tailing it out of the way.

Pearly had to come check it out.

Now you scoop, the coop of the poop.
"Alright then go on... get!...this is my coop
my poop get on your way then..."

The coop has three doors on hinges.
The far right is the only place that really needs to be cleaned
No matter how much room they have they like to nest together.
"Didn't you tell her to get?"
"Come on Angel leave her to the task."
"Do you think she will grab the eggs now or later?"
The poop I scooped from the coop, into the compost and stir it over. They call it "green poop" that I scooped. It takes time for it to ripen up for the garden. Well it smelled pretty ripe to me:)
At the wallies world I get this for $6. Cheapest I can find it. Pine shavings, I once used a bag a week soon I learned it was over kill. Over fill. Just more than was necessary. See the nest are not needed to be cleaned very often.
My birds do not poop where they nest.
"What's going on up here?"
"what you think your going to leave this like that?"

me..."Birds! Oh Maybell, she is just an old "Mother Hen" bossy bossy."
"angle I got this under control "

"Now that's better!"
"Wow Pearly would you just look at this, fresh sheets"
"Well don't forget to close the door on your way out"
Maybell led the girls down stairs. I think she is satisfied.

This is kept by the compost. The pine shavings are the "brown" of the compost, the dung and the kitchen scrap set the balanced stage .
"hay she forgot the eggs"
:)

4 comments:

Amydeanne said...

I'm getting chickens this week, so I love these pictures! hopefully they'll give dh some ideas when I show him them!

Annette said...

I love how you narrated with pictures, too cute, read your other post and I so agree with how you think about leaving a clean home...like you, I just want to come and sit and think about the trip. you've been very busy today, I think a trip is well deserved for all of you! I will miss you though.When are you leaving? so I can ask God to give you and your family safe traveling.
Hugs~
Annette

Denise said...

Such a cute post.

Amrita said...

that was poopeecoooks!

Can the chicken poop be used as garden manure? I think we have used it.

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