I got 2 silkie chicks last week. They're somewhere between 4-10 weeks, I don't know anymore precisely than that. The smaller chick was sneezing moments after I got her home, and she hasn't quit since. At first there was bubbles, but now it sounds like she's congested too thickly for the snot to move when she sneezes. She is otherwise very active, and eats and drinks voraciously. She spends more time near the brooder heat source, but I'm fairly sure she's a lot younger than her sibling--Her crest isn't even growing in yet. When I showed up at the farm to pick them up, they were left in a cardboard box in the carport...On a 40-50 degree windy day. At first I figured it was some sort of cold or something, but now I'm seeing here on the forums that chickens don't get colds. The farm is NPIP certified, so I doubt it is anything contagious (also the other chick has no symptoms) They aren't on shavings or sand either, but on absorbent plastic-backed paper, sorta like a puppy pad, but made for people with incontinence issues at night. I've tried: echinacea, elderberry, and apple cider vinegar in their water. I fed them some crushed garlic, basil, clover, dill and thyme (I've read these are all good for respiratory infections). I've even used homeopathics for congestion, and tried flushing the sinuses by dripping saltwater in the eyes. She's still snotty. Where do I go from here? I really don't want to pay $100s for a vet visit.