My coop is an A shape with the run directly underneath a "landing area" with the nesting boxes, feeder/waterer and roosts. I continuously put bedding in the nesting boxes, but my ladies keep kicking the bedding to the very bottom corner of the coop and laying their eggs the farthest spot from any door. I'm tired of having to crawl through the small chicken door (which I barely fit) and worm my way to the back corner of the coop to pick up their eggs. No one is laying in the nesting boxes anymore! They started this after I cleaned their entire coop due to a lice infestation. Did I mess something up when I cleaned it? Should I put more boards along the edges of the nesting boxes to make it harder to kick the bedding out? Is there something I can put in that corner to make it undesirable for laying? I'm getting a good workout gathering my eggs, but this is ridiculous!