Oh dear. The little purple pied spalding hen chick was not looking cheerful all day, and spent most of the day in the bird house. When I went on first egg patrol this evening, I found her outside the bird house, crouching in a corner in the dark. The big hen sometimes kicks her out, but I hadn't found her in the corner before. She scooted back inside eventually and flew up on the perch. The SP male starting reaching for her and she was craning her head and neck down and as far away as she could. When I did the next egg patrol an hour later, she was back outside, crouched in a different corner. So figured I needed to bring her in. Took a trip to the store for a suitable container (but ended up carrying her in wrapped in a towel), also bought a scale. She weighs almost exactly 1400 gms, and is definitely not feeling well. When I set her down on the scale, she provided the obligatory poop, which looks fine. But as I was holding her, I noticed that her right eye is cloudy and there is some swelling. I don't see any obvious injury. Am guessing this must be a sinus infection, though unsure since the eyeball itself is cloudy. We took photos and will post in a bit. I have Baytril 100, I'm thinking 0.3 ml is an appropriate dose at her weight. @casportpony can you confirm? Or anybody that's given Baytril lately? I'm thinking that's the right dose using 20 mg/kg. She's pretty subdued, but otherwise is much calmer than one would expect. Thanks!