This is what my Sebright hen looks like right now, she's still alive at the moment but i'm not sure for how much longer. its heart (and gut) wrenching. I lost my sebright rooster to something similar about 2 weeks ago, although his eyes didnt muck up like hers. i found her in the nest box today, she's wheezing, sneezing and is mostly blind and very lathargic. my polish rooster that is in with them had nostrils filled with dried mucus i noticed before we lost the rooster. but he is fine as of this moment. I have seperated her from the rest of the flock for the moment but i dont know how long it will be before this disease strikes again. i need your opinions and advice. what is killing my bantams and is there any way to save them?