Youtube video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkuDWujySgQ This is my black mottled cochin pullet, Ms. Frizzle. At :09 in the linked video is an example of the "sneezes" she was making for almost 10 minutes.. of course, everytime I was recording her, she turned camera shy and wouldn't sneeze, this was the best one I was able to catch. As far as I can tell, she is clear eyed and her nostrils look clear. She acts normal but seemed to be wanting to roost on the porch tonight instead of going back to the coop (for her own safety.. she was returned to the coop.. not really wanting to come out and find that the owls we didn't know were around came to visit during the night..). While she only "sneezes" once on the video.. understand that she was doing them fairly regularly about every other minute or so.. then stopped after the sun set. The other chickens would crowd around her with expressions of "what the heck was that?" During the first "sneezing fit", she stayed completely still and seemed to be spreading her legs and squatting, moving her fuzzy butt up and down (possibly trying to poop?). Her poop looked like green-brown really wet sand.. but she had been eating watermelon which might have effected that as the rest were giving similar droppings. She is not laying yet. Is this anything to worry about?