Okay, so some of you may or may not know how I acquired my adorable little duckies, but a friend of mine found them locked in a cooler and left in 100+ degree weather There are three, and I'm certain they are Muscovy - and holy cow they are cute, cute, cute! They were a little shooken up from the events earlier in the day so I set the brooder back up, showed them the food and water and let them get some rest. They were of course dehydrated so I was extremely pleased when they kept going to and from the water dish between naps. They munched a little on food, but I was more concerned about them getting water into their systems first. Beaks & Noses: Two of the three had what looked like scabs on their beaks, which I figured was from someone catching them or biting them? Well, the first one's went away, peeled off just like any other scab would and now has a perfect little beak! But the other... in my opinion, doesn't seem to be getting any better. It actually looks like it has broken open again. And there is another little area that is having some problems. Would it be possible to put some triple antibiotic cream on it, or is that no good for them? Also, I was wondering what a good antibiotic would be for them overall. I'd like to run them through a course because I've noticed some wet nostrils, almost like a runny nose. The one with the scabby beak is the worst, poor baby. I've also noticed with one of them that the beak has changed colors, if that makes sense. It's gone from the cute peachy color to almost a bruised color. But the color isn't on top, it's a muted color, but it still wasn't there when they first came in. Any ideas on any of this? Poop: One is having very loose poop. As in, projectile when it's going and it sounds like a ketchup bottle. They have plenty of water, they have plenty of sand to munch on, and they have access to food 24/7... they were on medicated chick starter, which I took them off of last night because I kept seeing it wasn't good for them. I gave them some grower/finisher that I have for the chickens, is this a better option? I got the response before that Flock Raiser is what I should use, but didn't know if grower/finisher would work in the meantime... Could the medicated feed be what was causing all of the runny noses and loose stool? I'm going to Tractor Supply tonight to get them some niacin, was hoping I would get a response on the antibiotics so I could pick some up, was going to look at the selection of vitamins, and anything else that might be suggested to help these little babies...? Thank you in advance for any info, I was just kind of thrown into duckies - but gracious, I wouldn't trade their cute little butts for anything now that I've got them!