Hey all! I am about two weeks into the whole chicken experience, with twelve chicks sitting in a brooder in my laundry room. They've all seemed happy and active, but yesterday morning I noticed one two-week old chick -- the sweet columbian wyandotte -- had weird looking eyes. They were especially watery, the one on the left more than the other, and looked as if the pupil had slid back halfway across the eye opening. From what I've researched, I think this is called "droopy eye." The feathers around the eyes look wet, but I can't tell if that's because they ARE wet, or if it's because down has fallen off, leaving balding with pin feathers coming through. I've quarantined her in a separate brooder, but am unsure what to do now. From what I've read here on the site, most sick chickens that present with a droopy/watery eye have other symptoms, like a runny nose or bubbly eyes. This chick only has the eye issue, and is otherwise active, eating and drinking. None of the vets I've spoken with are very knowledgeable on chickens, and all they could say was to quarantine her. My feed store guy gave me some Duramycin-10 to treat with. If she is diseased, though, and will carry a long-term disease to the rest of the flock even after recovering, I think it would be best to cull. I can't really know the best thing to do until I have a better idea on the diagnosis, though. The chickens are intended to be primarily for laying. Any thoughts on what this might be or what I should do? I'll try to update with a picture tonight, and will update as any changes occur. Thanks!