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If you keep chickens in your garden, then you probably don't have to be told that chicken coops can develop a less-than-pleasant aroma over the course of time. A stinky chicken coop is not particularly enjoyable for anyone and it can cause you problems if you have near neighbors. Neutralizing chicken coop odor takes time and effort, but is well worth it.
Chickens spend all day every day eating, pooping and—if you're lucky—laying eggs. Chickens are not particularly picky about where they poop and your coop is eventually going to develop a distinctive odor as a result of built-up chicken feces combined with other various grimes. A smelly coop will not harm your chickens, but a dirty coop can put them at risk for health problems as a result of built-up bacteria. It is important to treat both the odor. problem in your chicken coop and its underlying cause.