This is going to sound like a broken record to some, but very new and troubling to me and my family. We all love our birds and consider them an extension of our family. Essentially, within the past week I have noticed what looks to be the dry version of fowl pox on my welsummer, and as recent as today have noticed the beginnings of the infection on my other birds combs and waddles. Ive been reading about the virus and realize there is no treatment, but i wonder if it's too late to administer the vaccine? Someone please inform me what I can do to save my birds. For now, they seem to be happy, eating well, drinking and each layING an egg/day. I have 5 hens all together and see signs on each. The welsummer is the worst and most resemble signs comparable to the bared rock (minor). Scratch is available all day (17% protein, 2.5 fat and 7.5 fiber.... essentially mule city backyard layer), but they are free range birds and eat plenty bugs and worms. Any advice would be sincerely appreciated! !!