Long story short I found a pullet silkie with bubbly eyes I posted on another group and some thought is could be respiratory and some thought fowl pox. She got progressively worse even after I gave Tylan 50 .5 cc for 4 days I should have done one more I guess. This is my first bought of illness. The other day I went our and found another Hen with pox. Then I did a thorough sweep and most of my flock has pox... how did this happen!!! We love our chickens and take great care and pride in them. So now I can't really quarantine since the majority of my flock has it.Then today I went out to check again and make sure they are doing okay and give them treats and found two hens with bubbly eyes I immediately grabbed them and put them together in a cage and started Tylans. Should I treat the whole frock with Tylans or something else? its bubbly eyes and raspy breathing. We have about 30 chickens. Also is there a difference in treatment of dry and wet pox? from what I read keep them hydrated and nourished clean wounds with idodine if needed and let it takes it course? Is this true?