I have an approx 3 -4 month old cream crested legbar pullet that I bought along with 5 other same aged pullets 3 weeks ago from the same seller. All chicks were raised together. These are the only chickens I have on my property. From the beginning she seemed to have an issue with both eyes. Initially they looked sunken so I tried nutridrencht hinking stress and/or dehydration. By day 3 it was obvious something more was going on and I contacted the seller who thought it was respiratory. I explained the chicken had what looked to be foam in the eye and now I could see sores and swelling, no other symptoms, respiratory or otherwise. She suggested Duramycin and after 3 days I saw no improvement so she had me switch to Tylan 50 which I did. Fast forward to today. It has been diagnose as fowl pox and I have been syringe feeding for 2 weeks to keep this baby alive. Stopped the antibiotics per vet instruction since the did not seem to be a secondary infection, but this will not resolve. Is it pus? Scabs that will fall off? I'm at a loss. Any advice is welcome. Both eyes are similar and if the is fowl pox she has had symptoms since October 16th. At this point I am applying on Neosporin with no pain relievers, but have access to the Duramycin and Tylan 50 if needed. The problem looked to be getting better as the areas have gotten smaller but now the progress has seemed to have stopped. Also the other 5 pullets show no signs or symptoms. Seem healthy.