Trying to clear up scaley leg mite on several of our bantams. Tried vaseline, not so good on feather legged faverolles. Cleaned out bedding, perthyin powdered perches and window ledges, dipped all chickens in mineral oil (multiple times). Everyone had wazine (worming) followed up by ivermectin pour on(worming/mites) 12 days later. They just had the ivermectin 7 days ago. One of our amercauna hens which I did not appear to have mites has now lost 3 toenails and has slighlty raised scales! I swear she was fine when we wormed her, my daughter picked her up today and noticed right away the 3 missing toenails. I know they can loose nails or toes with advanced leg mites but this was fast. It surely does not look like advanced leg mites but the hen will not be showing now with missing toenails. Had a faverolle hen almost two months loose one toenail, that was right about the time we realized we had 2 chickens with leg mites. At the time I did not make a connection to nail loss and leg mites. We have been desperately trying to get rid of these dang mites before all the chickens have them. Question on ivermectin, can we redose again, what about hatching mite eggs? The bantams has .25mg of pour on ivermectin. We used a syringe without needle and tried to get all fluff out of the way, I am sure some of the feathers soaked up some. We mineral oil dipped all the birds today. Thinking about getting bug bombs for the pens? Help!