We've had a lot of snow lately. Still calling for more. It's very cold, the chickens are hardly laying and all the poop is frozen. The first day that it hits above 0 degrees, I have to get out there and start scraping. I normally put everything in the green bin and haul it out to the road. I can't get the green bin anywhere near the buildings out back. I'm thinking about getting an old wheelbarrow tray and filling it up and just dragging it on top of the snow and dumping it into my gardens. Chicken manure is great. I wish that I could get the chickens in the garden to till it all in for me, but, too much snow. Rabbit manure is also excellent for gardens. It's what they call a "cold" manure". It doesn't need to dry out like cow manure.
Next step, getting the tray. I know there's one at work, now hopefully I can get it cheap. Now if only I could learn the dog to pull the full tray, that would be great.
Update: I tried the wheelbarrow tray thing and it was a pain in the ass. I finally bought a Muck Bucket. I just fill it up and carry it out the the green bin. I love it. Got it at Home Hardware