We just got two young hens yesterday (about 2 months old). We put them in the coop, separated from our older hens (5 1/2 month). At night we put them all on the same roost (the new ones were not close to the older ones though). This morning when I went to check on them, the youngsters both are sneezing and one has snot bubbles in her nose. I separated them, put them into a pet carrier in the house and replaced the food and water (cleaned out the water bucket). I'm going to clean out the whole coop later this morning. Now, I have the two sickos inside. They both have hefty appetites and clear eyes. The weather has been miserable here lately (super windy and lots of rain and pretty cold) if that has anything to do with it. I read through the message board and added apple cider vinegar to their water. I've also read that yogurt and garlic are good to help with sickness. I know there could be a lot of different things that are making them sneeze. I don't want to just start medicating them for the sake of giving them some sort of meds. But, any additional advice is appreciated. I will take them to the vet if necessary but I would prefer more affordable options if they are just as viable.