Not sure if this should go here or in diseases, but given it's not an emergency, I went with here. I need to clean an unidentified nasty out of the quarantine coop and the transport cage, and the more I read, the more confused I'm becoming! The cage is plastic, the coop is a combination of recycled metal, woood, wire, plastic etc. I had lined the coop with a double layer of cardboard, as the floor is mostly metal, is this likely to be enough to protect the floor or will it still need a good disinfecting? Also, what do I do with the infected material (cardboard, straw, newspaper etc)? Can I compost or bag and bin them, or do I have to burn it all? And the feeding/water dishes, can I wash them out in bleach? I don't have oxine as it's hard to get hold of in Australia, and I have a tiny flock of 3 now, but I'm considering it, but otherwise I think the strongest I have on hand is bleach, would that do? Unfortunately I'm not sure what the illness was, it presented as respiratory but may have been coccidiosis as there was blood in the stools and the breeder (belatedly!) mentioned that some of her flock were sick. Thanks in advance!