As a new chicken owner (we got 5 hens 8 months ago), this site & forum has been so useful! Thanks to everyone... and now I have to post a question of my own. Help! About a month ago (just as we had a few cold nights/first snow), I noticed one of our hens started moulting. I was worried - but I see by the photos in this forum that all chickens look pretty rough when they're losing their feathers... But last week she had bubbles coming from her eyes and seemed to be sneezing and wheezing. I've isolated her from the other 4 hens and have been keeping her warm and, of course, well fed and watered. I put apple cider vinegar in water for the sick hen and the others, been also feeding all the birds some garlic -- there's so much "advice" online but those two things are easy to do and seem like they can't do any harm! Sick hen seems a lot better; I haven't seen any eye bubbling for a week, and her feathers are coming back (though she still looks pretty rough). She's still wheezing a bit, but not sneezing much. Her back end is quivering a bit, but I don't know if that's a new thing. She to be eating, drinking and pooping OK. Any advice? Should I move her back in with the others? Will she get better without drugs (I'm not going that route)? Should I keep her permanently away from the other birds, who all still seem very healthy? We're in eastern Canada and winter is coming - I'd like to keep all the birds together for warmth (and company) if possible, but of course I don't want to endanger the healthy ladies! Thank you!