I had one chicken being pecked. I peeped the offenders and bluekoted the pecked bum. It seems that under the pecked hens beak, and down the neck a little seems wet or oily. I had put it off to rubbing the bluekote soon after spraying, and with all the snow and rain it's been pretty wet here. It is troubling me now because it seems stay there and not go away at all. I have 5 others and none of htem have it so I'm guessing that it isn't from the wet ground. How do you know Corza? Nothing smells bad, but what might it smell like if it were. It's hard to tell now with tons of snow and them being inside so much. Their coop has to be cleaned more often and some areas were frozen so I couldnt' get it out. That once a week it thaws, of course there is a bit of a smell so it's hard to tell if the chickens themselves smell. (does that make sense?) Anyway, what would corza smell like? This seems more like drooling, but then I saw people talkign about runny noses so, maybe it's that. I've had chickens but never a sick one so I"m very curious on what to do while it's still basically otherwise healthy. Thanks!!!