After the poultry show, I am encountering the first sickness in several years in my flock. All of my show birds are housed together and I took all of them to the show, so of course, all of them are quarantined together and now all of them are showing symptoms of: Coughing Sneezing Slinging mucous (I believe it's from the mouth as there is no dripping from the nares.) One pullet has watery eyes, everyone else has normal-looking eyes. The gurgling doesn't radiate to the lung area, but seems to only be around the trachea area. The first bird to show symptoms was a white Langshan cockerel. I gave him, down the throat, 1mL of Duramycin. VetRx on the throat, eyes and under the wings to help the symptoms. I've now started giving all birds the same treatment and am giving Duramycin-10 soluble powder in the water. The first bird started having symptoms, maybe 1/2 a week ago. I started medication 2 days later. The day after receiving treatment he seemed to be more alert. Is there anything else I can do? Do I need to switch medicines or keep up with the Duramycin? More birds are getting it...another site suggested ILT, and it doesn't seem that far off from a possibility. But there are no legions, no nasal discharge, no swollen anything. The eyes are a bit watery and I've seen at least one bird wiping her eyes on her back. I seem to remember seeing that as a symptom of another disease but for the life of me can't remember where or what it was! I've given injections today instead of down the throat. They are receiving injections of Duramycin and water-soluble form of Duramycin-10 in their water. One pen is sitting down more and sleeping more, losing interest in food but drinking water. The other pens are still hugely interested in feed.