I have recently taken on the role of barn manager at a boarding facility, which means I handle a lot of hay very regularly. The hay is good quality and isn't overly dusty, but it does still give off enough dust and fine particles to irritate my throat/lungs when I'm throwing it around, sweeping up the chaff, etc. Do any of you use some type of breathing protection if you anticipate handling a lot of hay? I tried a basic breathing mask which helps, but I really really hate the way it makes the moisture from my breath condense on my face. Do the "fancier" respirators mitigate this? Or is it just something you sort of have to deal with?