Of course I'm freaked out. I've been reading up on how to treat, what to treat with. Just looking for folks with experience on what worked since it is such a pain in the keister. Right now I am looking at spraying down about 70 chickens and 10 turkeys. Can northern fowl mites and lice transfer to the turkeys that live with the chickens? I'm assuming yes. So what to do? Please review my plan and give any advice you can. I want it to be completely gone and over. There are multiple coops. We can not trust that humans have not carried contamination to all the coops doing feed and water. So they all need to be treated. Plan: Wear a mask and perhaps gloves coop by coop, remove a bird, spray it down with Adams (kitten strength), put it in a holding pen, repeat. once the coop is clear of chickens, remove all shavings and burn (the shavings, not the coop, though I am tempted) sprinkle heavy dusting of DE in coop, add new shavings should I spray the coop down with something? how long before the chickens can return to it if I spray it with something, just til it drys? Repeat this process in 10 days. Advice?