I have a zillion moths coming up out of my chicken feed and also coming out of the straw in my coop. I don't know which was the orginal source of the moths. I feed the chickens crushed corn with laying mash, crush oyster shell, with a little bit or horse feed pellets (I had an extra giant bag lying around the the chickens love it.) I keep it all mixed together in a gigantic bin with a top on it in a closet in the garage. I have been using fly paper to catch the moths but even if I change it every other day I still am over run with these small gray moths. The chickens don't seem to eat them because the moths are only active at night. They spendall day alseep on the cieling and walls of the coop. I have no light source in the coop so I do't know what attracts them or why they don't fly out the door. It's a nusiance but doesn't seem to bother the chickens, but still I'd like to get rid of them. Where are they coming from, how do I stop them from appearing and what a faster method than fly paper?