I hatched out my 2nd set of chicks in my brand new GFQ incubator. BTW loving it. One little chick after putting in the brooder I noticed it breathing heavy and it was the smallest of the group. I assumed it needed to recover from the hatch and maybe the egg shell exit was harder then it should have been. I then noticed a few days later the eyes were stuck closed. I am no stranger to this as having an order of shipped baby Polish a few of them had same issue and it required daily un-sticking and they eventually grew out of that issue after I guess a week to 10 days. So I was not alarmed when this chick came up with the sticking eye problem. But today... different story after soaking the eye with wet cotton ball I proceeded to unstick the lids. all this infectious liquid came out on the one side.... Ugggh.. I am grossed out to say the least. So I just got in an order of Eye drops for all the living creatures that are in and around my house. Here is what I have .. Moxicip .05, Azithromycin 1% and Norflocin 0.3% Which one should I try? I am thinking Azithromycin only cause its a name I recognize. But would like someones educated opinion. I am thinking one tiny drop today.. then wait till tomorrow for another. I have antibiotics for respiratory issues on order but I could go get some Terramycin today if someone things I should medicate all the birds. No one else shows signs of issue but now that this infectious liquid poured out...AHHHH.. I don't know what I am dealing with now. It is very possible that I made matters worse with my water cotton ball soaks, I probably should have boiled the water and cotton ball first. BTW I just checked every ones breathing and all is normal now, I don't think I need to treat for respiratory. Little infected eye chick is chirping and not happy. Neither am I. Help and TIA Going to put some vitamins in the water a bit just to give them all a little nutrition boost.