We've had a couple of cases of what looks like fowl pox in our flock recently. The first two didn't seem to bother the birds and the scabs went away on their own, but the latest case looks worse (I'll try to attach a couple of pics at the end of this post). The hen isn't acting abnormally but she has a lot of scabs including one that's right up against her right eye. We're not sure if this is the wet pox or the dry pox. What do you think we should do? This bird is in a flock of 13 adult hens and a rooster, they free range all day and sleep together in a coop at night (except for the birds that have already had the pox, they sleep in a tree). We've bought the vaccine but we're a bit nervous about administering it properly. Thanks for any advice!