Total newbie here, and am looking for information about how you keep your coop clean, as well as other hygienic practices you do to keep you and your chickens healthy. We've got 24 little fluffy butts in our brooder and want to keep them (and us) from getting sick! For example, we do the obvious such as washing hands after handing the chicks and cleaning the brooder. But when you handle things with chicken droppings on/in it, do you wear gloves (e.g., changing their water? their food?) Do you have a dedicated pair of "chicken boots" that you wear when you are in the coop? An apron? When you do the once-a-year thorough scrub down of the coop, do you wear a mask? What do you use to clean the coop - water and bleach? A special disinfectant? Do gathered eggs require cleaning? Storage in the fridge or on the counter? Am hoping to get some feedback from experienced chicken keepers, as well as those with other animals like horses, cows, etc. as this all seems to be tied up in good animal husbandry practices. I know everyone has their own tolerances as to what is "clean" versus "unclean", but would love to hear about some solid basics. Thanks!!!