Washed, construction grade sand is a better litter choice for the coop and run than play sand. Manufactured sand should never be used as chicken litter. (Chicken Coop Run)
Backyard chicken keeping information, tips, photos DIY projects with a splash of creativity by Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick
Building A Chicken Coop - Daily Chicken Manicures: Using sand in the chicken coop and run. - Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.
Washed, construction grade sand is a better litter choice for the coop and run than play sand. Chicken Coop Bedding: Sand, the Litter Superstar
It should be sand that has various sizes mixed in. Bank run or construction sand are great choices. All Purpose will work if that’s all you have access to. Playsand and sandbox sand floats and you will regret using it. You’ll want to buy dry sand.
Sand vs Straw (or Shavings) in the Chicken Coop
Make a litter scoop for sand bedding with hardware cloth and a garden rake. The Chicken Chick: Chicken Coop Bedding: Sand, the Litter Superstar
Home Farm Ideas: Chicken Dust Bath - Benefits Soil, sand, ash & DE
chicken roost with sand under it to scoop out the poop - am quite liking the sand idea.
Chicken solarium attached to chicken coop with sand to radiate heat back into the house in winter thinking making this a greenhouse
Custom Chicken Coop Sign LargeRustic by CountryRusticSigns