Hello All - I'm an avid follower but first time poster - we've got fowl pox! I noticed scabs on two of my hens eyelids and black spots on the combs of a couple of the others over the weekend and spent several hours researching to confirm the presence of fowl pox. I have 24 hens, one rooster and a duck and have noticed the fowl pox on 5 of my girls. My duck has a separate pen but does socialize with the girls when I allow them to free range in the evenings and on the weekends. I read that fowl pox mostly affects chickens and turkeys but CAN affect ducks and other fowl. I purchased the vaccine last night and am going to vaccinate my birds tonight. Before I go around poking everyone, I wanted to know: - Does using the vaccination tool on affected and then unaffected birds transfer the virus? (Seems that if I'm vaccinating that wouldn't be the case but I want to be extra sure as I don't want to infect my entire flock.) - Do I vaccinate my duck, Gabby? I hate to inflict pain on any of my babies but understand it's necessary in this situation, I want to make sure I do it the right and best way. Thank you all!