Hi, recently discovered scaly leg mites in my Silkies (3 of them each about a year and a half old). I would say the amount is moderate as there are several crusty spots, but nothing is hindering their movement or behavior (I have noticed them doing little coughs/sneezes frequently, though) other than that they are very alert/comfortable. I have researched scaly leg mites for non-feathered feat and was wondering if techniques are the same for feathered feet or if there are tips I should know for treatment. I am only interested in natural remedies, no pesticides yet. Also how quickly do leg mites progress, and do they often infect other areas as well? Can they kill them? I currently have acv in water (hoping to clear up their little coughs) and feed them herbs from the garden like rosemary and basil. They are mostly free-range, but I have separated them from the rest of the flock to try and isolate mites (although I assume I will have to treat them too). So basically Im wondering if anyone has any good ways of treating scaly leg mites on chickens with very fluffy feet, thanks in advance!