Hi, everybody. I need to ask a very serious question. I have just started a Serama breeding business and have just barely gotten my breeding stock up enough and raised enough birds where I can start selling them. Now, just as I am about to begin selling, one of my hens -- not a serama, but another type of hen who has been in the vicinity of the seramas during illness -- has developed paralysis. After all of my research, I must consider the strong possibility that she has Marek's. From what I hear it can take months for the disease to show up in other birds. Here I am with a fledgling business that NEEDS to start earning back money, but I am devastated to think it would be unethical to sell these birds in light of the fact that they may have been exposed to this horrific disease. I bought my breeder stock with savings bonds I've had since I was a child. I've sunk about three thousand dollars into getting the best parent stock possible, cages, etc. It is nearly all the money I have to my name. This is my full-time job. If I cannot sell the offspring, it will ruin me. Please give me your opinions on this matter. I could really use some help. Thank you.