I have had dry pox in my flock and there are still a few mature birds with scabs. I have never had chicks or younger juveniles with pox, but I have a few chicks in one brooder that have bumps on their faces. They don't look like typical pox to me, so I'm hoping that someone can shed a little light on this. The bumps are localized to the face. I do have one chick with some type of nodule on the upper part of his crop and I have included a picture of that as well. I was concerned about a possible respiratory infection, but there are no discernible signs (wheezing, gasping, rasping, clicking, crackling, or heavy breathing). The chicks seem fine other than the bumps. They are acting normally so far - no lethargy, have good appetites, and have normal poop. I have had poultry for a few years and have never had chicks with pox or any other disease or illness besides cocci. Any ideas? Excuse the messy chick - I pulled him out of the feed bowl. . His eye is closed in the pic but he can open it. This is the nodule/bump on his crop.