We went and picked up 2 Salmon Faverolles a couple days ago. They were all in a coop (but free range daily) and there was a very strong ammonia smell around the animals. We took them anyway as I thought they could be in a better/clean place. Plus I didn't want to be rude.
However, I have noticed that both are sneezing occasionally and have some head shaking. There is no discharge. They eat/drink regularly. They are up walking around in their quarantine pen. (we have 6 weekers in a coop and 3 weekers in the house. These two are separated in a cage away from the others) I don't see anything else that is of concern.
Could this just be an issue of the conditions they were in or something else? I'd like to treat them and give them a chance but I'm concerned about risking the rest of our flock.