My two-year-old rooster is having an unidentifiable problem. Something is wrong with one of his eyes -- he keeps it closed about half the time. This actually happened several months ago, and after a week or so, he stopped protecting his eye and has seemed fine ever since, except he clearly can't see as well out of that eye. Now, the same eye is bothering him, but in addition, he's been falling asleep on his feet. I have never seen my rooster do this. The hens will nod off when they hunker down in a nice pile of sand or dust, but I haven't seen the rooster sleep even at those times, nor have I seen any of them fall asleep on their feet. So this makes me think something more is wrong. I wonder if it's infection, because of the apparent drowsiness -- like maybe he's tired from his body fighting off an infection from the eye. Best I can tell, however, the eye is not swollen, no puss, or any other visible sign of an injury. Otherwise, his behavior seems ordinary. The eye problem has been going on for about 4 or 5 days, and I noticed the drowsiness a day or two ago. Should I give him antibiotics just in case? If so, what kind? If I can get him to consume it somehow, could I give him a bit of macrobid? Should I buy something specifically for fowl? Or do something other than antibiotics? Thank you so much for any help!