Hi all, I have a Mottled Java that was showing signs of a respiratory/sinus infection, the area around her eyes was swollen and puffy, and was told to give her Duramyacin ~ 2 tbsp per 1 quart of water for 2 days, then 1 tbsp per quart for 5 days by the lady at the feed store who has quite a lot of chickens. I feel like this is a LOT since some of the forums I've been reading say 3/4 tsp per quart. I'm currently giving them the 3/4 tsp plus a pinch of cherry jello and just want to know which dosage is right, I don't want to overdose them. Also, I've been giving this to my entire flock just in case Someone also suggested in one of the forums that if the Duramyacin doesn't work that I can move on to Tylan 50? Maybe I should have done this instead but I'm trying to avoid having to give them shots if I don't have to. I read that they can't have yogurt while on the antibiotics, which is a bummer for them cause they LOVE it. Is there any vitamins that I can add to the water to aid in healing? I would really appreciate any and all ideas, I'm pretty new to this and even now I think I know more than I wanted to know! Thanks!