Hi all. I sure would like your thoughts on this - just to see if you see any major issue. When I built my coop (this past June) I insulated the interior walls with that blue foam type insulation that is easy to handle, cut, and tack up. The chickens moved in in August, and I noticed that a couple of the birds were pecking at the foam on the walls - seemed like a nervous habit a few of them undertook around bedtime, but before the whole flock settled in/settled down. Then I notice the birds out in the yard one day, gathered around a discarded piece of this insulation - tearing it to shreds like it was some savory delicacy. I took it away from them. And now - ALL the chickens are EATING the blue foam walls inside their coop. And at first I thought they were just ripping it up for the entertainment value, but I have seen the birds tearing off big chucks (dime sized) and swallowing them down. Now here's the thing. The stuff is pretty much inert. It should pass right through. But I have yet to detect a single speck of "blue" in their poop. What say you all to my dilemma? Do I need to rip it all out and take the birds to the vet?