Hello Everyone! How did I not find out about this site sooner ?!? I have spent most of the day just reading and looking at this site. But I do have a question. I am new to chickens, Have had them about a year or so. Last November, I had a heat lamp in my coop and it broke. The metal piece came off and it dropped into the shaving and caught the coop on fire. Luckily I found it quick enough that it didnt burn the whole thing down. I did loose 4 chickens and 9 survived. My question is, since the fire I have one hen that sneezes a few times through out the day. No discharge, No swollen eyes, No yellow mucas or anything. Her poop is fine, she eats and drinks like normal. Happy fine hen. So could this be from ingesting so much smoke? I am not quite sure how long it was on fire. But when I got in there the ones that survived could barley walk, and gasping for air. There is no stintch from her or anything. Just a little sneeze. I have read on here that most people say that if a hen has a sneeze it is incurable and they need to be culled for the risk of spreading it to the rest of the flock. So any answers or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.