We've let our gray Silkie Chloe sit on eggs, and now her basket is full of mites! Loaded! We researched all morning and plan to burn the contents of the coop in our firepit, wash everything with Dawn, dust with Sevin or whatever we can buy today that's insecticidal and create a new nest in a plastic bin after the coop and birds are all clean and dusted. Poor Chloe, she is probably exhaused from brooding with mites eating her up all night! Her first egg may be due to hatch in 3 days. Would insecticide be too poisonous around the eggs and hatching chicks? The (4) birds have a few spas around the yard, which include wood ash from our firepit. A good inspection found no visible mites on 2 birds and one mite around the vent of 1 bird, and the broody Chloe hasn't been inspected yet, we will inspect and treat her after we have all our supplies lined up today. Today's research kind of points to the "roost mites" kind which swarm off the coop/bedding/walls/roost after sundown to munch all night on the birds. But Chloe's infestation is so bad if you touch her basket, your hand will be rapidly swarmed with the tiny gray-brown bugs, they move very fast! Any advice? Is Sevin too poisonous around the eggs and hatching chicks? Thank you all for reading and responding!