Okay, here is an interesting dilemna. I have a 100 # feed bag that I bought months ago. My chickens free range and are doing GREAT and do not eat that much feed. It is lasting me a LONG time. However, first I got moths, then I got beetles and then I got weird little tiny mite thingies (I don't know if they are beetle babies or what) all over the OUTISDE of the bag. UGH! I powdered the bag with Diatomaceous Earth today to see if it will kill the tiny things as well as sprinkled on some of the beetles. I am not squeamish about feeding the moths and beetles in the food to my chickens, just nervous. The feed is not wet or soured, just full of beetles and moths. Is there any reason to NOT feed this to them? Also, to prevent this from happening in the future should I pack the feed in air tight 5 GAL buckets until I am ready to use? This is organic chicken feed that I can only get in 100# bags for the good price. Also, will the DE kill all the bugs? Any help/suggestions would be appreciated!!!