We just moved to Idaho from Oregon. This was supposed to be a wonderful move to a large property where we could have animals and the chickens could have grass and room to roam (safely within our fenced property) and lots of happy animals. It has been anything but that. First Amber, one of my little pullets, got sick with Sour Crop, and her friend, Tophat, broke her toe. Amber died 2 days ago. Tophat is still in isolation in the kitchen. I'm having trouble getting her toe to straighten out, but she seems to be healing anyway. We also have 3 hens (Goldie, Fluffy, and Princess) who have come down sick with the gurgles which we learned to be a respiratory infection. They've been on Oxytetracycline for several days and seem to be improving. But the last one (Princess) to get sick (3 days after the others) has a swelling on her face. It is only on one side. And she didn't used to have this swelling before, it is not normal for her. She is a Welsummer, and she is 3 years old. What is wrong with her? Can we help her? You can see in the pictures that it is only on one side. He comb and wattles are pale, almost white as well. I'm guessing this is because she is sick and the will get better when she gets better.