Here are my top 6 ways to dispose of coop litter:
2) Garbage can: Be polite, bag it up so the retrieval guy doesn't get covered. For very small or city coops this might be the best option.
3) Sell it. Gardeners will pay for chicken fertilizer even though they have to compost it themselves. Believe it or not, lots of folks are doing it and boy was I surprised to find that out!
4) Dump it: We have a dump pile about 100 yards back in the woods (on our property of course) When we clean the 12 X 20 coop it has to go there. There's just too much! Make sure there are no eggs or anything else to attract varmint. As the years pass I've noticed the pile does not get bigger though we continue to use it. Nature breaks it down for us. Now I'm reasonably sure chipmunks and such eat any seeds left behind. Which is why it's so far from the coops, to keep the critters way back there.
5) Burn it: Of course it has to be dry for this (and I stand downwind) This works best for rural homes using straw or hay litter. This is an excellent way to get rid of coop litter if you've had any problems with mites or lice of any sort. You wouldn't want to compost that stuff. Can also be done with wood shavings, it just takes a little bit more wood to get/keep the fire going.
6) Use it straight in the garden. Admittedly you can only do this after your final harvest in Fall and up to about 3 months before your first planting in Spring.
Well, there you have it, my top 6 ways to get rid of all that chicken poop! What do you do with yours?