What is the best type of wood chips to use in a brooder / breeding cage / coop? I'm told not to use "cedar" and have been using pine. Is the larger chips (1/4 to 1 inch) better the the fine shavings? I'm new to this game. I've got 6 white Jap eggs turing in the incubator in the garage as I type (and one under a pigeon in the pigeon loft). I've set up a brooder with the larger wood chips described above. Is there any concern about the chicks or adults eating the finer shavings? Litewings p.s. Everyone say a prayer my wife doesn't notice the small incubator in the garage.