https://www.cdc.gov/features/salmonellapoultry/index.html Hi all, I thought since i was raising my own healthy birds the risk was lower of any problems, but per the above article I realized I might not be using good procedures to reduce exposure. my problem, specifically, is I freeze two-liter bottles to put in the coop during 100+ weather. naturally, they are exposed to my chickens & waste. then I've been rinsing them with the hose, washing in the kitchen sink with soap & water, & refreezing. my concern is, should I be handling these things in my kitchen? Or placing in my food freezer, even after washing? I don't have a laundry sink, although I guess I could use a bathroom sink... or am I over- thinking & over-worrying? Oh, we don't have little kids, who would be at higher risk of problems... TIA!