I got her to eat a few bits of the medicated starter feed we have her on. She also will sip a little water a couple times when I bring it to her beak. Her eyes still are staying closed. It seemed like this morning she had more energy but by this evening it was all gone, and she was very lethargic. Poor girl.
I've noticed a few girls have started sneezing I think. It might be a cough too, don't really know. They all have plenty of energy and keep their eyes open looking for a treat.
She probably isn't as pale as the picture looks. I had to use flash to get a clear picture and it white balanced a bit too much. I'm not certain where I can get some cocci meds at. If you guys think it will be safe for them and not make them weaker I will give it a try.
Poor girls, I stayed up late last night watching Daisy trying to comfort her as much as I can.
If your other girls are sneezing, they might have mycoplasma. They can get it from wild birds, or from sick chickens. They symptoms are sneezing, bubbly watery eye drainage, and can have facial swelling from their sinus on the side of the face swelling up with the discharge.
You could try Tylan (antibiotic) injections. If I remember correctly, from reading posts on it, the dose is 0.5 mL of Tylan 200 injected into the breast muscle every day. You just go to one side of the keel bone in the chest, but below the crop. You would want to alternate sides each day so you don't cause muscle damage on one side. Oh, often you can get Tylan from a local feed store. When Ivy first started getting her eye infection / facial swelling, I was worried this was what it was so I researched it quite a bit. Higley Feed has Tylan, but I didn't call all over the place. They also sell the syringes and needles. Ivy's symptoms didn't quite fit since she didn't have sneezing and drainage, so we went to the vet.
Ivy is on Baytril injectable for her eye, so if you need help and are in the East Valley, I could help show you how. I've also done injections on parrots, so it wasn't too different.