Hello. My hens just started to get productive. One of my nesting boxes is being used. The other is used to roost and poop in. I am planning on cleaning the coop soon, but I am afraid to touch the used nesting box.(To me, cleaning means sweeping or scraping out all the poop and changing the bedding, I never use cleaner). It looks like, whichever bird is laying, spent a lot of time arranging pine straw and bedding around in the nesting box. I picked a little bit of poop out one time, but other than that, the used nest looks pretty clean. I am worried if I just throw out all the old bedding in the used nest and put new stuff there the bird might be discouraged from using the box and start nesting elsewhere in the yard (which I do not want). When I clean the coop, should I leave the nesting box alone and just clean the rest of the coop? Also, what if the chickens want to lay while I am cleaning the coop?