I have 3 hens only - and don't plan on getting more - I have to have a small, secret flock. They're only about 2 months old now and are fully-feathered and living outside. But it dawned on me that I don't know if there are any basic hen-health things that I should be doing. I'm not looking for all sorts of random home remedies... I'm looking for what I should be doing to keep them healthy and when I should do it. I am obviously keeping their coop clean, I'm moving their run every other day, but should they be treated for worms or mites or anything like that? I can't find any sort of schedule showing what sort of health aspects I'm responsible for. (I hope I'm making sense - LOL). Like with the dogs and cats, they get shots once a year, they get the heartworm and de-flea medicine every month. We check for fleas and ticks. I know we don't do this with the chickens, but what DO you do to ensure they live long, happy, healthy lives? (besides keeping them safe from predators and giving fresh food/water/bedding etc) THANKS!!