Hi everyone (fist I want to say I would post in the emergency and diseases section BUT I have never gotten many or any responses on there the several times I have tried....I would be lucky to get one) I have a 3 year old Lakenvelder hen who one day I noticed had a snotty nose, I picked her up and noticed she has a bad smell coming from her as well. I had a friend come out to check my flock and help me figure out what to do. He has a lot of experience with poultry. He came two days later and her nose was a little wet but not like it was, she was acting fine. The whole run was smelly due to constant days of rain so after checking over the other birds and watching her he said she seemed fine. None of the other birds in the flock have any symptoms. We had dismissed the whole thing and everyone has been fine, passed it of to the muddy conditions maybe clogging her nose. It has been about two months and we decided to enter her in the chicken show. So I had the kids bring her in and bathe her and get her ready and she seemed to be fine. BUT when I got her to the show, her nose was clogged and I smelled the odor again. I didn't put her in the show and brought her home. I am not sure what it could be, it doesn't seem to be affecting anyone else at all. No sneezing or head shaking just snotty nose and bad smell. She is even laying. I just don't know what to do with her. Things have gotten tough since I am the main chicken care taker and now that I am 4 mo. pregnant I have a sever joint issue and not able to really get out and do what I normally do. My husband and kids have been doing most of it and only know mostly the basics in chicken care. I need a quick way to take care of her so she can go back with the flock, if I had the heart I would just cull her but she is one of our first and the kids love her. Any ideas???