I brought home 15 keets last week and was told by breeder not to put on pine shavings.....they were around 5-7 days old. So I put them on textured paper towels on top of pine shavings. They were able to pull the shavings out around the edges and eat small bits, so I fixed that, then they scratched holes in the paper towels to get to the shavings and ate more, so I fixed that, then they started eating shreds of paper towels. So we put them on shelf liner on top of pine shavings. I replace shelf liner once a day and they still developed caked on poop on their feet. The breeder told me to use pine straw.....so we changed it all out...keets are now around 11days old.....they immediately went crazy eating the pine straw and I was having to pull long pieces out of their throats. So they are back on the shelf liner......this is getting ridiculous. I am at a loss......what should I do? Keets are in a very large brooder, temp is around 80, they are eating a mix of medicated chick starter and 24% game bird starter.