This is the time of year when I do one final clean up before the weather starts to cool off. I clean the chicken coop, rake all the animal areas and any leaves that fell (not many here in Florida) and put everything into the compost pile.
This will probably be the last cleaning of the coop for a couple months. Unless it turns out to be a warm Fall. I leave the coop alone to create heat that helps keep the chicken warm during what few cold weeks we have. More on “Winterizing Your Coop Florida Style” later.
For more on leaf composting and to see what a pile of leaves looks like, check out this post by City Girl Farming
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