Hey all, I just got 8 new jumbo hens and they are in a big cage in my laundry room, quarantined for the month before I move them in with 2 boys we already have. I was using cedar shavings for the boys (whose cages have a wire floor, the shavings underneath in a tray), but I just saw that Monarc advises against cedar shavings for quail in her wonderful sticky info on this board (for respiratory reasons). The girls are being housed in a large cage with no wire floor, they are just directly in the tray with the bedding (and they really love rooting around in it, I'm thinking of switching from a wire floor for the boys, I feel like they are missing out, and they get frustrated when their treats fall through). But the cedar shavings have to go. So we need to clean up the hens' cage and I sent my husband to get pine shavings and corn cob bedding. He came back with pine shavings that have chlorophyll added, and I'm clueless about whether this is okay. As long as I'm asking, what about corn cob? The new girls are 4-5 weeks old. Any advice on the matter is appreciated.