You just withdraw it from the vial with a needle and syringe, then squirt it in the beak a drop or two at a time. I suppose it can be given to ducks as well, but you can check with Amiga or some on the duck forum.
Sneezing and Wheezing Chicken - Page 2
Tylan 50 is injectable--but you can give it orally as well. Tylan 200 is sometimes the only one available, and it will work, but it is 4 times as strong. Just give 1/4 of the dose for 50 if using 200. Those are usually found in the cattle medicines in feed stores.
Edited by Eggcessive - 2/6/16 at 9:01am
I got her probiotics, electrolytes, and oxytetracycline and put them in her water. She does not seem to be drinking her water though. She seems to be having a hard time eating and drinking. She only is sneezing when she gets up or starts to move. She is wiping her face a lot on the ground and itching underneath her beak a lot. She seemed to have a hard lump in her crop the size of a quarter. I massaged it a little and then she pooped three times in a minute. Her poop looked a little yellow and a bit like yogurt the first two times. The third time, her poop looked a little firmer.
Edited by LittleBoPeep1 - 2/6/16 at 11:30am