Hey guys! I really need help differentiating between wet fowl pox, trich, and LT. I have recently had a couple cases of dry fowl pox in my flock, nothing major. Now I have a seriously sick hen...she has been noticeably ill since this past Monday, she has yellow lesions on the inside of her mouth, alongside her tongue and down into her esophagus (as far as I could tell with a flashlight). I removed the cheesy plaques (they bled) and they came back in two days. There is a smell. Her nostrils keep clogging, so she has to extend her throat and open her mouth to breathe, she has a bubbly eye, and excess mucus in her mouth. She has not eaten or drank much in the past day, if at all. I have been giving her 1/2cc of tylan 50 for the past 4 days. This evening I gave her some vitamin/electrolyte water via syringe. I would rather treat than cull. Can anyone tell me definitive symptoms to look for??? None of the other chickens that she had been in are sick, though the rooster looks like he may had a couple dry fowl pox lesions on his comb. He is acting normal. Everything I have read has only confused me! Anyone out there with any experience with these diseases? Thanks!!