Hello: I purchased a trio of 6 month old Seramas a few weeks ago for my daughter to show for 4 H and start a breeding program. My question is when I bought them the rooster had a eye that was watery and swollon but not bad. The guy I bought them from is very repitable, so he gave me some pills for 5 days to give to the rooster. I gave the rooster the medicine and his eye really never got better and then he started limping. Now it has been 3 weeks and my rooster just holds his leg out like he has nerve damage. I removed him from my other 2 hens and put him in a cage by himself. He is eating and drinking normal but his eye stays watery and swollen but not bad and his leg is defitnely paralyzed. There are no sores are swelling on his leg and he does not flinch when I move it in any kind of way. The Breeder gave my daughter the pair and I purchased the extra hen for $100. The hens are laying but I know the eggs are clear because hi started to limp around the same time they started to lay. My daughter has her first show December and she has no rooster to show and I don't want to bring the hens to the show until I find out what is going on with my rooster. I want to make sure I exhaust all my resources before contacting the breeder because I don't want him to think I am blaming him for selling me a trio with somthing wrong with the rooster it may be somthing I am doing wrong. Also I do not own any other chikens and have not had any since 2001 at my first home. My trio is in a wire cage off the ground in my garage. If anyone can help, please help. Thank you.