Originally Posted by kreagerm
Glad to hear your Antibiotic treatment is working out for you. Do you know the strength? Tetracycline is a very cheap A/B (human form that is) and would be nice to keep around.
Just recently one of my 6 week olds started with runny/swollen eye then it started to bubble, after 4 injections of Tylan 50 all the symptoms went away, gonna give her one more shot just to be on the safe side.
The strength is just one capful - thinking about 1 teaspoon - per gallon of water. And directions say to make fresh batch every 24 hours. The bag I got at the feedstore should last awhile. Actually, I bought this about 6 months ago and had it on hand. I'm glad I did, because the two feed stores near my house were out of the product when I tried to get another bag.
Now am just wondering what to do with Rosie. She definitely doesn't like being in the bathroom anymore and seems pretty healthy as of tonight. Feel like she's ready to go back to the chicken yard, at least in a pen. Just don't want to end up regretting letting her back with the rest of the flock if this turns out to be something serious.
We'll see how she is and I feel tomorrow morning before work.