My chickens have lice. I have almost 100 that all need treated, though they seem the worst on the roos...? At any rate, I'm trying to decide if I should dust each and every one of them or bath them in the stuff that Poultry Protector is made from. Bathing them almost seems easier, but it's going to freeze over the next couple of nights and is only getting to the 50s during the day. At about 55 degrees, is that too cold to bathe a chicken? And how do you suggest I dust each one of them? I tried a garden duster to make the job a bit easier, but that didn't do the trick (though I sprayed underneath them and not over the top of them). I worry about dusting them all when they're on their roost and then them spending all night in there with all the dust floating around. But I also don't want them to freeze from a bath. Should I put them in a pillow case? Or use a panty hose with dust in it? It seems like the pillow case is overkill and the panty hose isn't enough. I'm unsure of how much dust I really need to use on each bird. I appreciate any advice you're able to offer, and I know I need to clean out the coop thoroughly. Thank you!