Bought a cute little OEGB pair from a man who was moving and couldn't take them with. When i went to look at them a week ago, i noticed a few small yellow marks on the roo's comb. He brought them to me over the weekend, and now i see a few scabs on the roo's comb. So, 99% sure it's fowl pox. i have all my older birds vaccinated, but have about 20 young adults and 20 chicks that have not been. i ordered the vaccine from Strombergs (a LOT cheaper than Murray McMurray, $15 vs almost $50 with shipping) and it will be here probably by end of week. The lady at Strombergs said the instructions noted you can vaccinate 6 weeks and above. My two youngest chicks will be 5 weeks by Saturday. Just wondering if others have vaccinated at 5 weeks? Since the vaccine contains 1,000 doses, and once you mix it you have to use it all within a day or so . . . would hate to have to buy another whole batch in a week or so for just two chicks. Oh, also, what might be recommended as an antibiotic to put in the water of the infected roo and mate to prevent any secondary infections. Thanks!