No emergency, just a mild concern for my baby chicks arriving soon. I have an EE hen who has a history of respiratory illness, and I wonder if it could have been responsible for previous chick deaths. What does it mean when your hen has bubbles that look like frothy spit coming out of her eyes? She had this a couple times, and would sneeze and shake her head, flinging the bubbles. It seemed to happen after a rainstorm and the coop got wet. I would flush her eyes with water, and colloidal silver, and eventually it would go away. Other than this symptom she would be completely normal, and the bubbles had no smell like Coryza. No other hens have had this as far as I know. Then something weird I have never experienced in my years of chicken keeping. Our Polish cockerel would lie down in the yard or under the porch, just lying there. He would rotate his head to one side, jerk it back and start the motion over. He did this repeatedly, then he would stop and act normal again. I noticed this several times and was completely puzzled by it. He acted sick and lethargic as he went through the head turning. He was killed by some predator before this mystery was figured out. Is this brain damage? Edna Mae the bantam had her head stepped on by my big stupid foot and I thought she'd die or be brain damaged but she was alright. ( She was always at my feet and I took a backwards step without realizing she was there) Thanks guys!