After reading the multitude of posts here and elsewhere re: scaly leg mite treatment, I have a few questions for y'all. First, a little history: flock of 9 (1-2 years old), four showing signs, the two Brahmas have it bad. For the past two weeks, I've been treating entire flock: 1) Cleaned entire coop (boxes, roosts, henhouse, run perches) and sprayed with permethrin spray; 2) Soaked, oiled, greased (have used vaseline, Green Goo, NuStock) legs 3 times and have greased up legs an additional 3 times; 3) Plan to dose with pour-on ivermectin once it arrives (hopefully today). My questions: 1) Should I clean/spray coop again and if so when? It has been 10 days since I sprayed. 2) Will I need to give a follow-up dose of ivermectin and if so, when? 3) How many more "spa treatments" (soak and oil/vaseline) are needed? 4) I have read that the scales may stay lifted until the next molt which I would expect to happen in November. If that is the case, how do I tell when the leg mites are gone? THANK YOU all for your help. This forum has been a lifesaver on so many levels.