As a previous post stated I realized I had mites under a broody hen. When I treated the first time (spinosad) the broody broke and I cleaned the eggs very well and put them in an incubator. They are hatching today. 5 in total. 1 out 2 zipping and 2 that haven't pipped. I just got done treating for mites again today. My 7 year old felt like she needed to be right in the middle of it. Usuallly it wouldn't matter but when I went to take a shower my 7 year old decided it would be a good idea to hold the hatched chick. So now I might have to deal with shrink wrap in the morning. The reason I am writing though is after I got everything back together and ok I noticed a stupid mite on one of the eggs. These chicks have to be raised inside and the last thing I need is mites all over my house. I have been using spinosad in the form of Jacks Dead Bug .5 concentrate 6 ounces to a gallon of water. I have also used a little of the Jacks Dead Bug powder in dust baths. I sprayed the coop thoroughly inside and out and dipped the chickens to their necks in the remaining solution. It is helping as my mite load is way lower than it was. Can I treat the newborns the same way and maybe stick them back in the incubator until they are dry? Also, my chickens have free run in my backyard. Should I treat the entire back yard or does treating the chickens and coop only work efficiently? Thank you so much in advance.