So a week ago we traded a chicken with a friend. I didn't quarantine because it was a friend and I thought it wouldn't be a problem. UGH.( My poor baby that went to live with her.) Anyway, we redesigned our roost and added droppings boards(yesterday). This morning when I went out to see how it worked I noticed one of the droppings had MAJOR worms. I am pretty sure they are round worms, it looks like spaghetti. So my DH immediately took her out, I checked her and she also has lice(they are semi transparent right?) so I'm guessing she could possibly have mites as well. So now my very healthy flock has been exposed to all biggies. What do we do? We "got" rid of her. We obviously need to worm the rest of the flock. But what about the ground in the run? How do we get rid of the worms there? How do we treat for mites/lice? Do we seven dust them all and the ground? Using DE is out because there is no where local to get it and we need to take care of this immediately. Edit: The local feed store had wazine 17. We have 6 chickens in one coop and 11 chickens in the other coop. How do we use this wormer most effectively? Is it safe to still eat their eggs? Do we need to toss them, if so for how long?