I have an existing flock with mycoplasma gallium (spelling?) MG - so I started a monthly treatment program, and now my 10 to 12 week old chicks are ready for their new bug girl coop. Of course this coop will be located by my existing flock - and with the stress of moving, I am thinking these little ones should also start the preventative denaguard, so I want to know if they are too young. When I move them this weekend I could give them some oxytetracycline till the 14th, and then start them when the adults get theirs. It's starting to get hot - so keeping them hydrated is also a priority, so I want to make sure I transition them with as little stress on them as possible. Any thoughts on the denaguard, oxytetracycline, or helpful advice for me and these little ones (non-bantam polish chicks and some silkies).