We bought 8 baby ducks from a local hatchery on the friday before Easter. They were hatched April 12th so they are a little over a week and a half old now. We have 4 Khaki Campbells, 2 Buff Ducks and 2 Blue Swedish ducks. One of the Campbells developed a swelling on her face about four days ago. I read on these forums that Baytril is the best antibiotic to treat that but the state of Idaho passed a law that went into effect in January making it so that nearly all antibiotics have to have a prescription now. I couldn't get in to the vet so they wouldn't prescribe it for me, but they said oxytetracycline would work just as well and I have some of that so I started her on that. It's not looking any better though, kind of looks worse to me. She is still eating and drinking and walking around, but doesn't seem to be growing as fast as the others. I messaged my favorite vet (she is a Mobile vet that treats large farm animals) and she said she doesn't know as much about ducks but she would look into it, so I'm still waiting on that. Does anyone know what else I might be able to do to help this little duck? Then last night my son noticed that one of the buff ducks looks like her left leg is twisting inward. I have them all on vitamins with electrolytes and have been adding about 1/3rd of a capsule of B-Complex 100 to the water as well. I feel like I'm mixing a potion every time I change their water. They make a huge mess of their water, we have the waterer on top of a large plastic lid and they make a swamp out of it almost instantly. We change their straw to try to keep at least half their box dry twice a day. What would be causing her leg to twist? I read on one website that a red light can cause curled toes so we swapped it out with a white light late last night. I'm not 100% convinced the toes are curled it looks more like the leg is twisting. But I swapped it out anyway in case it might help. How long do you suppose before we see improvement?