Hey all! Will making the bottom of a chicken coop with a sheet of rubber or linoleum be alright for the chickens? We've got a straight wood floor and we're planning on destroying the ammonia smell there (despite decent humidity control and about to buy Sweet PDZ or Stall Dry depending on what is in stock at the tractor supply in the morning). The wood floor needs to either get ammonia-smell-free-perpetually or find a substitute that will work. Since we live in a good-sized apartment (but an apartment nonetheless) we need to stay on top of this both for our respiratory health and the chickens'. This has never happened before. We're just concerned about the smell and it's aggravating my fiance's respiratory system. The wood is getting messed up with the ammonia and so we need a barrier between the wood flooring and the shavings/turd. We've already been cleaning the coop daily to every other day. We're pretty sure rubber will work- my only concern is if they could get hurt if it's too slick/causes skidding. But some rubber sheets so it should be a big help. Has anyone tried this, will it work, should I stick to just PDZ or Stall Dry? Will it dry out the wood and keep it dry and stink-free? We're very concerned about this and action needs to happen immediately. We're thinking that if we dry the wood and replace the floor with rubber or linoleum sheeting it should work out better (not sure how well cleanup would go, if the wood shavings on top would cling or be difficult to get up, or if linoleum would be easier...) Thank you!