Hi, I'm dealing with Ulcerative Enteritis in my quail aviary. I've lost about 4 birds in the last month, and just realized what the problem is after some serious research. The vet is ordering me some Duramycin to treat them with. Regardless of the illness, I've been planning to replace my flock later this Spring. Even with hours of research, I'm looking for more help. First off, do I need to worry about the Duramycin affecting the hatching eggs? From what I read, it sounds like it doesn't affect most people. But my biggest concern- will the new quail babies get UE through the eggs? My findings look like it is only transmitted through feces and infected food and water, but not through eggs, correct? What is going to be the best way to disinfect the coop and run (on the ground) between this current flock and the new one? I plan to remove all litter, scrub all surfaces thoroughly with soap and water until is sparkles (if wood can sparkle), and then spray everything down with a bleach solution. I'll bleach all feeders, waterers, and equipment. What's the best way to handle the ground underneath the run litter? I've also read that Bacitracin Methylene Disalicylate powder can be added to their water to help prevent future outbreaks. Does this need to be used continuously or can it be added periodically once every couple of weeks (I read of a game farm that described this method)? It appears that BMD, if it were in eggs or meat, is generally safe for people with Sulfa allergies. No one in my family has an allergy, but I'd feel terrible about selling eggs that could potentially cause someone an allergic reaction. Sorry for so many questions, but I'll take all of the help I can get!