My 3-year-old Silkie hen Buffy contracted scaly leg mites back in July. i brought her in the house for several weeks, treated her with the spot-on ivermectin drops, bathed her legs and rubbed them with vasoline. i could never tell if i ever killed the mites, as her legs had raised scales that never went down. She also was experiencing very watery poos at the time. i eventually put her back with her flock and she seemed okay. Then with this cold snap, she seemed very puffed up and miserable. i brought her inside again and treated with ivermectin, washed her legs and rubbed them with vasoline. i'm not sure if she has the scaly leg mite again or still. i read that once the scales lift up they don't go back down, so i'm confused. Also, she has very watery poos that are very green in color. Below are pics of legs and poo. Would appreciate any input, or if someone thinks she needs to get into the vet for a blood test or something, i can do that. Most of her poos are almost purely water. This is the most substantial poo i've seen in days.