I have been having loads of trouble, but that's a different story. Yesterday I brought my Polish Crested inside because her wattles were practically white, and she was very lethargic. I kept thinking something was wrong the last few days...she felt very thin, was taking lots of naps, not eating much, but one of my sons kept saying that's how she's always been. Well, I have been treating the whole flock for worms, and then I thought they might have cocci...had a fecal done and confirmed it, but it was done by a regular vet, so not sure if it was just the normal amount that would be found on the slide. Anyway, I have been trying to find mites because that was the only thing I could think of. I have searched the coop, at night too, put white paper in nesting boxes to see if I could find any. I dusted my girls with pyrmethrin, but my polish has been pecking the air, trying to peck her body. Tonight as I was trying to feed her eggs, and I decided to look more closely at the pompom on her head and sure enough, there were mite eggs, as well as little red globs stuck to her at the base of her feathers. I feel horrible. I just dusted her entire body with the little bit of pyrmethrin dust I have, but is that even something that will kill them? She is so weak.