I do believe that my hens have is lice. I first noticed it because the feathers on their rump was fluffy looking. I had one chicken that had a poopy butt. The rooster also looks "fluffy". I checked them and did find eggs so I treated the coop on the 11th. This consisted of clearing the entire coop and spraying it with permethrin and allowing it to air dry while my hens were outside. The nest boxes were treated as well as the roosts. Now on to my question......I have since noticed that some of their legs look a little scaly. I think they may have leg mites but the permethrin should have taken care of that. I sprayed the butts of all of my chickens with Poultry Protector. I plan to clean again this weekend. How long with it be before their feathers are back to normal? Will it be like that until they molt? Have I done the correct cleaning or should I do more? Thanks for your help.