Hi BYC community - hoping someone out there has had a similar experience. - I have a 1.5 yr old barred rock hen that has had an elevated white blood cell count over the last couple of months. - She would sneeze and honk from time to time. - At first, the WBC was around 8,000 and I gave her 2 rounds of Clavamox (vet reco). - About the time of the checkup at the end of round two, she started to become lethargic and became disinterested in food, and suddenly had bad diarrhea. - The post-Clavamox checkup (about 2 1/2 weeks ago) showed and even higher WBC (30,000), so we did a 10-day round of Baytril (again, vet reco), but the sneezing/honking got better. - We started tube feeding her around the same time with probiotics mixed in (Bene Bac and B.O.B.). - She still isn't eating much on her own besides the occasional bug (meal worms, wax worms, crickets) and kale that we put in front of her. - The diarrhea has gotten better, but not 100% normal. - Around the same time as the tube feeding, she started her first molt in earnest (losing lots of feathers). - She is losing weight, but the lethargy has improved a bit (but she doesn't have much energy like the other hen). - Vet checked for parasites and found nothing. - Recently, she does the occasional "silent yawn". - Another thing, she sometimes does what I can only describe as a small "internal cough" - like when you cough without opening your mouth. Any thoughts?