Hi. I have a newbie question that I hope doesn't sound too dumb... I'm curious about flooring options. Basically it seems like there are two kinds of coops/runs those that have some kind of flooring (linoleum, wood, concrete, etc) and those that sit on the ground. My starter coop and run sit on the ground, with the enclosed "house" and nesting area with ramp and door to close at night elevated off the ground. Although my coop with attached run are not an actual chicken tractor - no wheels - I've been lifting it (with two helpers) and moving it on to a fresh patch of yard every 2 weeks or so. However, I see some large, not-designed-to-move coop and run designs that also sit on bare ground, and I am wondering how that works. If you have your coop and/or run on the ground but it stays in one place, how do you manage keeping the "floor" clean? Doesn't the ground get pretty damp and nasty over time? Do you put some kind of bedding down everywhere? Thanks for any insight any of y'all can offer me on this!