Hello everybody! I am kind of new to chicken raising and have three lovely buff orpingtons. I have noticed that there have been small little bugs that crawl in the coop and then on me when I am cleaning out waste or harvesting the eggs. I have cleaned out the coup and put food-grade diatomaceous earth in the bedding and perimeter as well as the cracks of the coop where the joints are. I also dusted my girls with diatomaceous earth. I've noticed that the egg-laying is still happening but not as consistently as it should be for this time of year with the proper amount of sunlight. Even with those attempts I still have them and assume my girls do too. They aren't losing feathers and maybe groom a little more than usual. For instance I reached in to grab the three eggs today and I had probably 8 little things crawling on my arms. I've captured a picture but since they are literally the size of a speck and fast it is really hard to identify what they are. I'm hoping somebody can tell me what these are and what I can do to get rid of them. I prefer natural methods so I can still eat the eggs.Thank you.