My mother had a chicken go "renegade" for almost two weeks. She does this now and then, likes to sit on about a dozen eggs that will never hatch. She's really, really good at hiding. Last time Mom got a good look at her, she was fine. Today, she located the nest, and when she recovered "Pearl" there were a ton of reddish-brown mites crawling on the eggs, and on Pearl. She is apparently COVERED in them. Her underside is covered in dead skin (like post-scab). My mom can't really get a good look, they move too fast, so she doesn't know what type they are. Also, they aren't concentrated around her ears or egg vent, or legs. They spread upward from where her body was making contact with the eggs. Mom has Pearl quarantined in an old dog carrier, but they're all over the place in there and spreading rapidly. What can she do RIGHT NOW to help Pearl, since most of the stores are closed for 12 more hours? Can she bathe her in plain water? Apple cider vinegar? Dust bath? She's itching herself everywhere and just generally looks uncomfortable. None of the other chickens have them, and mom has never dealt with mites before. She's in a bit of a panic. Okay, a major panic. Please help?