My chickens have been diagnosed with Mycoplasma Gallisepticum (MG) per test conducted by a VET. I have the following options. Option 1: The vet said to treat them with Tylan which will treat the birds that are still alive but they will still be carriers of the disease. Birds could live for year with-out ever having any more problems. Option 2: Kill all the birds, clean the house and run out of all deprive, burn the Chickens and deprive. Spray the house and run with bleach once a week for a month and then start over with new chickens. My plan was to sell the eggs from these chickens on E-bay. My plan is now ruined. But with my birds being infected with MG any eggs hatched from these chickens could have MG when hatched out. The Vet stated that the Eggs and chickens would be safe to eat after the treatment period with Tylan. From what I have read the eggs are safe to eat after 16 days from the end of the treatment. I am thinking I will take Option 2 and just start all over. Reason being, I do not think I could sell my eggs with a clear conscience knowing they may be infected. Also, there are others in my area that have small flocks and I do not what to pass this disease on to their flocks. What would you do?