i got home from the feed store today, i got them new litter since it had finally gotten warmer and i had some time to switch it. Well while i was in the middle of cleaning out the coop i decided to hold my rooster for a little while since he's a very friendly boy. That's when i found a bunch of little Orange looking bugs in the feathers on his neck. Then i checked his vent and found lice eggs. I had just completely cleaned out the coop so i think that's good, but i also dusted everything my chickens have come in contact with recently with DE. I dusted their dust bathing areas, the coop, the roosts, the nest boxes, and the leaf pile they like to scratch in. Then i dusted the chickens themselves with DE and damaged my relationship with my beloved rooster. Despite wearing a mask i believe i inhaled most of it so i can't imagine how my birds felt. I'm here to ask if there's anything else i can do to stop the mites. This is like world war three for me when i was in school i watched head lice spread like the plague in my class until i was the last one standing. I also cut the eggs off of roosters vent (they were matted in the feathers), and suffocated them in a plastic bag. My rooster has also been yawning more than usual lately so I'm worried about that as well. I just need to know if there's anything else i can do to eradicate these devils from my coop i don't want them coming back or growing stronger if i haven't already killed them off.