Woke up this morning to go to work and Nugget was breathing hard enough that I could hear it through the open second story window. She's about a year old, Easter egger, and she feels like her regular weight. Still has the energy to try and evade capture, but not enough to actually book it. Eyes are clear, and I see no discharge, but she sounds like she's breathing through a tube of water, and when I picked her up, I could feel that her crop was sloshy and felt almost entirely like liquid. Here's a video of the wheezing: http://imgur.com/gallery/TBm3CON Right now she's in the chicken proofed upstairs bathroom with some garlic water at just above room temp. I don't want her around the flock like this. Anyone know what it is, and the path of treatment?