Hi! I recently discovered, to my great dismay, that at least one (Probably more) of our birds have mites, and there's an infested nestbox in the coop. We have dust to combat it, but after reading the warnings on the label, it almost sounds as if it poses a greater threat to the chickens to the mites. (It's the kind that can't get in their food or water, and it's toxic to breathe in). Our coop is already dusty, and I'm afraid adding that stuff to the mix will result in the anti-mite dust being in the air all the time, and winding up in their food and water anyway. Is there a way to fix this currently mild outbreak without resorting to the dust, or am I just being silly by waiting to use it? Edited to add: I've already put some wood ash in the coop, having read it can prevent mites.