I think I have to cull my whole flock!!! Currently, I have 5 hens and a roo, 24 eggs in the incubator, two turkeys, three Pot Belly Pigs, and a white rabbit. They all share a ½ acre. The extension office said there wasnt an issue of disease with them being housed together with that much space in this part of the country. I had a hen come down with a bad respiratory illness and decided to cull her (she had mucus in her eyes and nostrils and her head was swollen and stunk). A couple days later another hen had gummed up nostrils and the same smell although it wasnt as bad and her head wasnt swollen. She was young and so I culled her too. Now my roo and another hen has gummed up nostrils and their heads are starting to smell. Also the tom turkey is making a coughing and wheezing sound. I am afraid I may have to cull the chickens and turkeys, bleach out the hen house, and start over with the chicks in the incubator. I would rather be safe than sorry but I dont want to kill them if I dont have to. 1. Do I need to kill all my birds to eradicate the disease? 2. Will culling the birds but leaving the pigs and rabbit be safe? 3. Will bleaching out the hen house be enough to remove all the disease? 4. How can I prevent this from happening again?