My flock has dry pox. It started with my turkeys about a month ago and now the chickens have it. A few look bad (including a 6 week old chick) and many don't have any signs, but they're all housed in the same coop. There are also 2 broody hens with chicks that are a few days old in the mix. Questions: 1) I've been separating the worst looking so I can feed them special food and keep an eye on them. I also hoped that might slow the spread. Is that necessary now since more are showing signs now? Or is it just going to run it's course through the flock. 2) Would vaccinating help at this point? They're all housed together and I read they should be vaccinated before exposure. It seems that they're all exposed now. 3) I see a 6 week old chick has some sores. He's still with his mom and sibling. Separate him or just let him be? 4) How do brand new chicks handle this? I have 4 that hatched out a few days ago out there with their moms. I can't really separate every chicken out there. Thanks! What a gross and hideous disease that is. I think I'll be vaccinating for this in the future.