First chicken took a week to die. Second chicken dropped dead without warning. We bought electrolyte solution "rooster booster" and Terramycin. Rooster booster says 1 ounce per 16 gallons water. We give about 2 gallons water per day. We don't know how to calculate that much smaller dosage. the antibiotic says 200-400 mg/gal for infoectious synovitis; 400-800 mg/gal for CRD and air sac infection or fow cholera. I don't know if we even bought the right meds, it was all they had at the feed store. So, any suggestions on how much teaspoons per gallon to put? we don't have a scale that measures ounces. Are we being dumb? is this easy and we're making it hard? ALSO V important the antibiotic says "do not eat chicken eggs while administering antibiotic" so that for the 7 days they drink this water we shouldn't eat their eggs. Why is that? can we feed the eggs to the dog, or cook the eggs and feed them back to the chickens? thanks for factual feedback. Farmer Betsy, down to 6 chicks and 2 ducks. Help me save our flock!