Over a month ago I noticed scales lifting up on my chickens' legs. It was scaly leg mites, and I immediately went into action after reading some forums on it. I have: Completely cleaned the coop: powerwashed, scrubbed, sprayed with mite spray, and disinfected Covered legs with vaseline every couple days for weeks Sprayed coop again Finally treated with ivermectin following dosage instructions on here Dunked legs in cooking oil The coop is usually pretty clean anyways, I think the sparrows and robins have brought these mites in And there are still scales lifting!! I have 30 chickens, although extremely tame ones, I can't be covering their legs with vaseline much longer! We're all getting sick of it! 7 of these are chicks and it is killing me to see scales lifting up on the babies. I don't want my birds suffering any discomfort. Does anyone have a way I can FINALLY be free of these mites??