So I recently was hospitalized for a bad kidney infection. My kids and husband did the bare minimum of flock care and didn't notice something was wrong with one of my white rocks. When I finally was well enough to take over their care, I noticed her eye was huge and swollen shut. She was also a bit ruffled while free ranging the yard. I pulled her from the flock and put her in my infirmary in the garage. I bought some ... tetracycline? From the feed store and today is day five of antibiotics. She hasn't laid anything in those five days. I have also been cleaning her eye out 2-3 times a day with saline spray and wiping a bunch of white pus/discharge from it. She does not sound stuffy, no discharge from her nose, no sneezing, no coughing. She is looking a lot better, eating and drinking fine. I was going to keep her in there for 10 more days on vitamins and electrolytes and still flush her eye several times a day (I am also rubbing triple antibiotic cream on it). I was just closing up the chickens and noticed another chicken with one closed eye. It isn't swollen at all, it is just closed right now. I grabbed her and put her in another pen in the garage and gave her some water with antibiotics in it and flushed the eye. No gunk yet. I try to keep a natural flock and use homeopathics or natural herbs but my White Rocks eye looked so awful I didn't even hesitate. So what could it be? I am thinking I will start the New Hampshire on 5 days of antibiotics as well.... or should I wait and see what happens to her eye? I am assuming if whatever it is is spreading, I might have to treat the whole flock and just toss the eggs for several weeks (booooo! that is so many eggs!!). I attached pictures so you can see the White Rock. She is looking so much better and even opens the eye now. I appreciate any and all advice.