I rescued my Red Star Link a month ago. She was found in a shed with no food or water in temperatures that reached -20 on many night. When I picked her up she was skinny and had very little feathers. Looked like a severe molt. I kept her in my shed away from my flock. After two weeks she thrived. I noticed some of the scales on her feet where lifted. Otherwise, I saw no signs of mites but I treated her anyway. Not even sure if she had mites or just a result of her poor condition. I bought a bottle of mite and lice killer spray from the pet store. I poured it into a jar. For the past four weeks I have been dipping her feet in the solution, making sure it got under all the scales. Then coated each leg heavily with vaseline. Can I stop now? Her plumage is amazing and she is starting to squat. The flock pick at her still, otherwise she is happy. I attached some pictures. Does she look cured? Also when can I start letting her out of the coop with the others? I’m afaid she will not want to go back in and I don’t want to be chasing a chicen downhthe street.