I know abot spraying your shoes down with bleachwater and everything but what about your car and seats? I came home from a fair yesterday and noticed that a person who birds were sick was showing there. This person has told me that their birds have something (face swells and get crusted over, nosehole leak nasty smelling fluid -Coryza) I tried telling this person to get their birds tested for free but I always get shrugged off even though I'm trying to be nice. Anyways a few months before I advices the fair board about this persons birds but this person still showed there under the same name AND a different name. So I am at for loss. I told the poultry superintendant and they said they had a vet coming today to look at the birds. I noticed a few others there with problems as well such as bubbles in the eye and a crusty nostril.. Ok to the point... I came home and sprayed my shoes down with bleachwater, put my clothes in a trashbag and jumped in the shower. Afterwards I took the clothes down and put them into the washer without touching them. I believe thats pretty much what I can do. As for the car I soaked it down in Lysol? which said it kills the 99% of germs, H1N1 virus and all that good stuff. Anyways is that the best I can do? I'm not risking showing my birds there because I cant afford for my flock to get sick, but now that this person is showing there with Coryza birds everyones birds pretty much have it right? I have some close friends that have me hatch for them before show season. Now I can't even have them over anymore because of this one person. I just hope they have them get the sick birds out of there ASAP.... Even my vet said to call and report it.