Let’s take a Meyer Moment to talk about Mud Season. That glorious time between winter and spring when your driveway, yard and chicken run are mud. This is also the time of year when you typically start to smell your chicken coop again. The cold winter season, if you’re from the northern United States, will often mask the smell of your chicken coop but when spring and that warmer weather return, you know it’s time to get cleaning.
To control the effects of mud season and chicken coop odor, we want to share a few ways we care for our chickens.