One of my hens has ONE bubbly eye, looks like the eyelid is misshapen/swollen, too. Possibly a pecking injury, but I don't see any "wound". Nobody is acting sick, sneezing, coughing, etc. Should I isolate the hen? Is this the beginning of some scary disease? I have read lots on hear about "bubbly eyes" and "foamy eyes" and usually it's not good. But it's just ONE eye, which makes me think it's something in the EYE, not a disease in the chicken which is manifesting in the eye. Does that make sense? I flushed it with saline and it continued to bubble after flushing, but the hen seems happy/healthy otherwise. Also (even more fun) I am leaving town tomorrow for a 3-day business trip, and my hubby has to watch the chickens. I have filled their feeder and their 5-gallon waterer, and their oyster shell grit feeder (free choice). I have cleaned out from under their roost area and put down some shavings and a little Stall-Dri. So the only thing I THOUGHT I was leaving for hubby to do would be gather eggs and possibly refill their feeder, along with the fun stuff (throwing them some scratch and weeds). Any advice on instructions to leave for hubby? He won't come on here and ask for advice, and I'm probably not going to be near a computer while I'm gone.