So I'm going to list what I have going on and hopefully someone can help me decide what the best course of action is. My two big red chickens (hybrids of unknown origin) have runny poop that sticks to their "fluff" a lot of the time. They also seem to have a LOT of urates, which also stick to their feathers. One of them has what appears to be dry pox on her comb and wattles-this one recently started laying soft shelled eggs again after finally settling into laying normal ones, but I think maybe that's from the pox? The other one sneezes rather loudly once in awhile, usually while she's eating, and sometimes has clear nasal discharge and/or dirty nostrils. I have a California White who seems fine except for dirty nostrils (nares?) all the time and occasional clear nasal discharge. All of the above chickens are approximately 26 weeks old. I have two SLW pullets who haven't started laying yet. They were purchased May 31 at about a week old. I hear one of them sneeze at night sometimes, and see clear nasal discharge from both at night (never during the day, its weird). The one has normal looking poop that smells ridiculously bad all the time. The other has occasional weird slimy yellowish stuff in with her poop (not like egg, but not white either). Everybody is eating and drinking and active. They were wormed at the end of last month with Safeguard for 5 days and then 14 days later were given one more dose. I've kinda been watching and waiting, but I feel like maybe I need to do something before a big respiratory problem happens? I bought some Terramycin, but I haven't used it yet. I was considering worming again with Valblazen? And I have Flagyl for people on hand. There are just so many things out there and I don't want to lose anyone! Maybe I'm overthinking things????